I used this fabric to make a rain cover for my backpack. As well as a ground trap, a wallet, and a couple stuff sacks. All of which worked out great.
Thanks David! 1.1 oz Silnylon is such a versatile fabric, we're glad you were able to make so many things out of it, enjoy!
Last summer I went canoe camping only to find that the window in my Rei tent’s fly disintegrated. After circular reasoning with Rei, I realized I was going to have to repair this design flaw on my own. I remembered my days as a Boy Scout leader pushing the ultralight agenda. I googled and found you! Life became easy! We’ll interest rates notwithstanding! I needed a small amount so I lowered my expectations. But you were great. In a few days voilà. I had my tent fix. Now it’s back to the River. Thanks Guys!
Thanks for your review Larry! We are glad that you found us and now the world is your MYOG-oyster! Let us know if you ever have questions about future projects, we're always here to help!
Great fabric as waterproof sheet liner
Thanks for your review, Regine! That is a great idea!
Lightweight silnylon for my groundsheet held up well thru Maine's 100-mile wilderness!
That is a bucket list trip! Even with the 100MW being super rooty and rocky, this should definitely do the trick for a ground sheet. Happy Hiking!
Silnylon is new to me and I'm enjoying working with it. Lightweight, waterproof, strong...and it can be glued!
There are so many things you can do with 1.1 oz Silnylon, it's a great fabric to keep on hand! We're glad that you are enjoying it. :)