OutdoorINK Quilt Storage Bag Kit


OutdoorINK Quilt Storage Bag Kit


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  • Proper quilt storage meets personal style with the OutdoorINK® Quilt Storage Bag Kit. 

    This DIY kit does two things:

    1. Provides all the materials to make a breathable mesh bag for proper uncompressed storage of your backpacking quilt, blanket, or other insulated gear. 

    2. Gives you the ability to personally style your storage by having it printed in any of our designs/patterns OR solid colors. 

    -> Click HERE to view all designs/patterns

    -> Click HERE to view all solid colors

    If that wasn't enough, we pre-print your choice of design or color to the perfect size. No figuring, measuring, or marking. Just cut and sew.

    Here's a list of what's included:

    OutdoorINK® Quilt Storage Bag Fabric Blank
    1.7 oz polyester pocket mesh

    (5') black 550 Type III Mil-spec  paracord
    (1) bean cordlock and (1) mitten hook

    We've prepackaged the components you'll need for the build, so all you do is select a design or color via the drop down menus above.  

  • Finished Product Information
    Dimensions ~ 34" tall x 24" wide
    Weight ~ 74 grams
    Estimated Completion Time 15-30 minutes
  • *IMPORTANT*  Step-by-step instructions for making the OutdoorINK Quilt Storage Bag Kit - CLICK HERE

    Have suggestions or something you'd like to see added to these instructions? Let us know HERE!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great products, perfect customer service!

Even when RSBTR forgot to put a hardware pack in with a kit, they got on it right quick and sent me the stuff I needed!

Hi Christopher! I'm glad we were able to get everything taken care of for you.
Stuff sack for quilt

A bit too large of a sack. I think it needs to be smaller so you can compress it more. If I make the sack again I might use my leftover ripstop fabric in a shorter length.


Easy to sew. Like the look of the printed mesh material. Used the project as a opportunity to teach my son the basics of using the sewing machine in case he needs to repair (or make) his own gear.