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    Camo fabric source

    I'm not sure if they have been mentioned, but I came across a site that has mossy oak, military, and other prints, camo fabric. http://www.rockywoods.com/ I did not see any ripstop (except for a 1.3 oz woodland pattern), but they have taffeta and noseeum mesh.

    http://www.rockywoods.com/

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    OOOOOOH desert and woodland Digi.
    I feel my wallet trying to hide.

    What is lycra? Has anyone ever slept in it? Does it suck?

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    Lycra is super stretchy material like a woman's swimsuit.
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    Rockywoods is good for camo, for sure. I got my camo hammock's fabric and netting from them (the netting is also woodland pattern; it's pretty neat).

    And keep an eye out if you need heavy-duty fabrics, too; they had a closeout sale on breathable black 1000d Cordura that I snapped up for my backpack project at ~$5/yd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Lycra is super stretchy material like a woman's swimsuit.
    Thanks.

    Maybe good for a bouncy bed or an underwater hammock!!!???

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