No, not enough:
WOO HOO, OH MAN WOO HOO!!!!
Long story, sort of.
Coffee got 9 yards of sil for me at a Ed Spear hangout in Hot Springs. Now, I can sew pretty good, have made a lot of clothing & such. But after practicing by making several stuff sacks & on scrap pieces of sil, I determined that I just couldn’t sew well enough to make a usable tarp.
SO (sew?) I contacted Brian at OES & in a pitiful text said "HELP!!!" Being the great guy Brian is, he took pity on me & for a slight fee took my material & turned it into a beautiful 13.5' X 10' tarp, with 12 tie outs beautifully sewn. He even attached a figure 9 to each end of the ridgeline. Since Brian is in college, & there isn’t much room in a college dorm room I did the seam sealing, so I got to look at each stitch on the ridge: Straight as an arrow, & dead even in spacing & stuff. On BOTH sides!!!
Just for the fun of it, I also checked the edges & attachment points, not a flaw in the lot of them.
Due to the size, set up takes a little longer than my homemade MacCat type tarp, & as I wanted a rectangle tarp, it now takes 3 stakes per side instead of just 2, (adding time) BUT, it fits in a much much smaller space then my modified SG nylon camo tarp! The time diff is about an additional 30 seconds, so i don't care, that plus I have only set up 2X, I'll get faster as I go.
As a rule, I do not get impressed easily (In fact it's d**** near impossible to impress me) BUT, I am VERY impressed with the quality of Brian’s work! And he only had my material for a few days, and is going to school.
Need a tarp, or anything else OES makes, I say go for it!!!!!!
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