I've not used my half yard of 1.0 oz. Dyneema...I'm still considering its properties.
Hey Lucy! There are so many great things you can do with the 1.0 Dyneema. Stuff sacks, pack cover, tarps, rain skirts and more! Let us know if you have any questions, we're here to help!
Used some of this here fancy fabric to make a 19x23 bag for holding a bunch of food up in a tree away from rodents like squirrels and bears. Spent the better part of a week staring at it cause I was pretty spooked to cut and sew it before deciding to just go for it. Definitely a different experience but was easier than expected to work with. Holds a crease nicely unlike some lightweight ripstops/polys which was convenient. Even without seam tape, the bag turned out fairly air (and therefore water) tight. Definitely avoid messing up as any stray needle holes are likely to be quite visible. Will be purchasing more of various weights to make a tent in the near future. <3 #scrap_sack
Thanks for your review! The 1.0 DCF is great for food bags! We'd love to see pictures of your project, be sure to tag us on social media!
I run a small business and have placed multiple orders, they have always had what I needed and a very quick turn around time.
Thanks so much Donald! We also offer a wholesale program, here is the link to request an account! https://ripstopbytheroll.com/pages/wholesale
Excellent product. Easy to cut with a Stanley blade or similar, holds a crease.
Good weight for stuff sacks, zpp.
Currently using a 70/10 needle and tera 80 thread which work nicely together.
Excellent service, helpful staff, swift delivery. Always a pleasure.
Great! But would like highest grade (ballistic) Dyneema....
Thanks so much for your review! We do have a 5.0 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric Hybrid CT9HK.18/wov.6 that is pretty rugged. Let us know if you have any questions about future projects, we're here to help!