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Anyone ever make their own grill cover?

II have a large egg, and a custom built table.  I'd like to get a grill cover on before the weather starts to go south, but I don't want to spend a ton of cash if I don't have to.   I've done a couple Google searches, and it looks like I'd be able to make my own using canvas fabric, and a healthy dose of waterproofing spray.   The pre-made covers are somewhere around $80-$100.  I figure I could make one for about $20.  I haven't found too many examples of DIY covers for the egg, so I'd like to ask the group.

Has anyone ever tried this?  If so, how did it turn out?  Any pictures? Any tips you could pass along?

If you have the standard BGE cover, do you like it?  Is it worth the cash? 

Thanks for the help!

LBGE since June 2012

Omaha, NE


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