6.0 oz Flow Woven Poly Spandex - Prym1 Camo | Fabric by the Yard - Ripstop by the Roll

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6.0 oz Flow Wicking Poly/Spandex - Prym1 Camo

$22.00 /yd
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  • Lightweight wicking poly/spandex fabric in  Prym1® camo print. 

    This fabric may be used for apparel that offers either a relaxed or snug fit, and it is a popular choice for tight-fitting compression tops for athletic, military and work wear apparel. Great option for ultralight backpack pockets and hiking accessories like gaiters, sweat bands etc.

    These attributes make this stretch fabric a common choice in applications including active uniform shirts, football and baseball workout gear, undergarments, swimwear, and rash-guards for surfing and other watersports.

  • Prym1 camo

    When hunting, we don't always stay put in front of a tree. More often than not, we're stalking our prey. This presents a problem if your camouflage is designed to only blend into a wooded terrain with tree and leaf elements. 

    Prym1® Camo is different. Professionally designed by wildlife artist and lifelong hunter Stacie Walker, Prym1® is built around a core idea of using organic shapes that mimic natural predators rather than trees and leaves.

    We all want to function with the efficiency and utility of a predator, whether we're hunting, fishing, or in a tactical environment. Prym1® makes that possible. 



  • Fabric Details
    Width 58'' (*56" guaranteed usable)
    Weight  ~6 oz/yd
    Denier TBD
    Weave Warp Knit
    Thread Count 84% Polyester - 16% Spandex
    Thickness TBD
    Print shrinkage (length) ~2-3%
    Print shrinkage (width) < 1%
    Finish/Coating Breathable with Moisture Wicking Finish
    Downproof N/A

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
First-time user, impressed

I used this material for a stretchy pocket on a daypack and was very impressed. The Prym1 pattern adds stunning visual interest and the fabric feels durable. I found that it sewed best as the bottom layer on the feed dogs when attaching it to the pack, otherwise it stretched on me. For the pocket hem I used folding elastic with a zigzag stitch so it wouldn't pop the stitches. Although the UPF or SPF is not specified, I also made a neck gaiter which seems promising, but I might need a serger for decent stitching and hems.