I thought I'd try this material since it was on sale. I used 0.9 oz ripstop before for making parachutes for model rockets and it worked well. This material is slightly heavier but works quite good as well.
We're glad to hear that it worked well for your model rockets! We'd love to see some pictures of your project. Here is a link if you'd like to share https://forms.gle/P4EHrfiWJ5kajdrE8
1.0 oz HyperD
Thanks for leaving us a review Winnie!
I made a pair of wind pants with them. The fabric feels nice against the skin. The pants fold down very small and weighs only 2oz. The uncalendared fabric is less shiny than calendared so they look less like a trash bag when worn, and the fabric is opaque. The thin fabric is not easy to sew for someone like me with limited skill but they turned out completely functional and not too bad. I still have 1 yard left and am thinking of making a wrap-around skirt for wearing in town.
Thanks Diane for your review! We're glad to hear your wind pants turned out well. We'd love to see photos of your project, here is a link if you'd like to send us any pictures https://forms.gle/8Lss8cRftZiaM87r9
1.0 oz HyperD
Thanks for leaving us a review Larry! Let us know if you have any questions about creating with the 1.0 oz HyperD, we're always here to help!
Great for stuff sacks and lightweight pouches.
1.0 HyperD is a go-to for stuff sacks and beyond! We are glad you found this material and that it worked well for your projects, enjoy!