cooker cover?

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  1. jaygee

    jaygee Funster

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    We have a Cadac 2-cook portable cooker and a small gas bbq which we use outside our camper
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    I would like to get storage bags for these but cannot find a specific one anywhere, does anyone know where I might source some that would fit?
    I suppose what I need is someone who makes bags to measure!!
     
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    Thanks for that - so many usefull bags!!!!
     
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    I suppose what I need is someone who makes bags to measure!![/QUOTE]


    The is a small firm near Wakefield called Bags for Everything which would make one for you. They are reasonbly priced.
    We bought a bag for storing our two Lamfumas, and two for bedding.
    They adverise in the Caravan Club magazine.
     
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    Are bags really that difficult to make, 5 min job with a sewing machine, or doesn't anyone own such a thing any more. Nowt more than a glorified pillow case with a draw string. It wouldnt take that long with a needle and thread.
     
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    Over the years I made lots of bags, curtains and seat covers for motorhomes on an old Singer sewing machine that I inherited from a my grandmother .... its' one of the things I miss the most since going full time:Sad:
     
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    I do have a sewing machine and am make quite a lot of things but I want something really heqvy duty and waterproof so it would be quite thick and wouldn't go through my machine!!
     

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