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    Senior Member brockthecool2's Avatar
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    Alright, guys thanks for the help!
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    I just purchased some camo fabric from walmart. It was 1.95 a yard.... Its working great, Its a little heavier then it needs to be, but I was able to make one hammock and 4 stuff sacks out of 4 yards. I also did the table cloth one as well.... equally as nice.

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    It's a polyester fabric called Taselite. I've done several projects with it and it's nice stuff. A bit heavy, but not overweight.
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    Just found a good deal on rip stop nylon Original price for 200 Denier 5 Yard Bolts $35.00
    Now on sale for $12.50 for a 5 yard bolt of 200 Denier that's like $2.50 a yard.
    free shipping if you order $50 worth of fabric.
    http://www.amersportsco.com/collections/fabric

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    Re: Where to buy hammock fabric?

    200d fabric is way too heavy for a hammock... 70d is what I would use....
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    +1 Diygearsupply.com I bought 2nds 1.1 ripstop nylon from Scott for dirt cheap. I made a double layer out of it and it came out pretty good.

    Jo-Anne fabrics has some good deals sometimes too. Check online at their store front for coupons. They usually have a good coupon you'll regret not bringing. All I've seen there in 1.9 oz ripstop nylon, but your store may be different.

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