This was perfect for my ultralight double layer hammock project and it has held up well to several trips!
We love to hear that Quinn! Thanks for leaving us a review and we are glad your UL hammock is holding up well. Happy Hangin'!
I used some of the monolith to make a Chillbag to Chill our beverages in the mountain creek/lake ,
Short line to tie it off your all set
Excellent water flow
Just make one !
That sounds like a project we have to see photos of! It also sounds like something we need to create ourselves! Here is a link if you'd like to share any photos
My kids are heading to Seabase this year and I made them mesh hammocks to help with the heat. The material was easy to sew and feels nice!
That is an awesome project for the kids! They will definitely sleep much cooler in the MONOLITE hammocks. Good luck to them at Seabase, sounds really fun!
I love this fabric. It is see-through as a mesh, light, but very strong. There are many vibrant colors. I made some traveling bags for garment. I made pockets for many bags. I also used it as a lining of a hat to make it cooler. I am going to make some produce bags soon.
Ami, those all sound like awesome projects! MONOLITE is one of our favorite fabrics because of its versatility. We're glad you found so many uses for it. Happy making!
1.0 oz MONOLITE is strong, great for a hammock, and very easy to work with. And Ripstop by the Roll is a fabulous company to do business with. Thanks for your quick response!
Thanks so much Peter! MONOLITE is one of our favorites for hammock material and we're glad you also love it! We'd love to see your finished hammock, be sure to tag us on social media.