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old linens as insulation?

 
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Hello all,

I am in the planning stages of building a 16' gypsy wagon and i am curious if anyone has used, or heard of anyone using old clothing and or linens as insulation.

thanks all
Jeremy
 
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Jeremy Powell : Three words Felted wool, and Yurts, a little time doing a google search should get you most the way there ! Sorry this was not more timely !
Good luck ! Big AL
 
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I second Allen...do more research and if you have specifics I may be able to assist you further...I am familiar with this style and have even lived in one for a short time as a child...My fathers people are from Eastern Europe and several "branches" are Roma...so I have a deep love and passion for this architectural form...
 
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