I use this stuff on custom bags, pouches, and covers. Feels great and easy to sew. Perfect lightweight durable fabric. Strong enough for a parachute soft enough for underwear?
I'm using this material to use as a braking chute for a 50 lb model airplane. The brake chute has been sewn up (not by me) using 1.1 ripstop material... It will be months before I try it out, but I think it will work. If not, it is certain Ripstop by the Roll will have other weight densities that WILL work. Thanks for making this stuff easily available to us! :-)
Thanks for leaving us a review Ron! We would love to see photos of your breaking chute. Here is a link if you'd like to share any https://forms.gle/xJucLLFZXHM8dXkL9
I am using this material to build hobby rocket parachutes. This material was recommended on the rocketry forum. It is easy to cut with scissors or with a wood cutter (solder iron). It works good with the old Kenmore sewing machine. I just guided the fabric. This material is suitable for my intended purpose.
Woah! That sounds really awesome. We would love to see photos of your rocket parachutes. Here is a link if you want to share any picture with us!
Seems like quality fabric (This is my first project).
Thanks for your review Kevin! We are glad you found us to start DIY'ing! Let us know if you have any questions about future projects, we are happy to help!
I used this to make a simple quilt, I didn't want to use the more expensive material, as I have never sewn anything in my life! I used the .67 mesh for my baffles, once i stuffed it with down I can't feel the .67 mesh. Glad I took on this project! Came out pretty good considering I haven't sewn a day in my life!
Thanks for the review Andrew! That is definitely a bold project for your first time sewing but glad to hear that it worked out well! We would love to see photos of our quilt creation, here is a link if you'd like to share any with us. https://forms.gle/1xNyCSfYJ976vwS9A