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    Use Noseeum for your Ridgeline Organizer....

    Just did a practice Organizer using some mesh I found on sale at a local store.
    The material had some stretch which was a challenge.
    I couldn't Roll hem it. Had to do it in 2 passes of folded hems.

    Zig zagged the edges and channel to finish.
    Lots of crooked stitches from fabric bunching up but it is functional.

    Just put 2 pockets on each side and the long pouch through the middle.
    12.5" x 9"
    Perfect for iPhone 6 plus.

    The slightly bad part is that it weighs 21g as opposed to 8g for a Papasmurf bag.
    Will make more from leftover Noseeum after I make bugnets image.jpg

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    Looks very nice tho. I make my ridge line organizers out of poly curtain sheers. Cheap, strong and light.
    Will singeing the edges work with your noseeum? Less hassle.
    If you don't experiment, you don't learn!

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