5 Great Campsite Uses for Camouflage 70D Nylon Fabric

5 Great Camping Uses for Camouflage Fabric
5 Great Camping Uses for Camouflage Fabric

It’s camping season and there are times when you could use a few yards of waterproof fabric at your campsite. 70D Nylon ripstop is the perfect camping fabric. Everyone always tells me they already have tarps at their campsite. Let me tell you, tarps are not the same. Our fabrics are lighter weight and can be cut to length for whatever you need to use it for. I always keep a few yards around and here are just a few ways I have found it to be useful.

  1. Camper Leaks

    Oh those dreaded camper leaks. Our 70D Nylon Ripstop is ideal for this type of situation. It’s waterproof, lightweight and doesn’t take up a lot of room in storage. Laying down a little bit of our fabric over top of the leak is a great temporary solution for any camper leak. Don’t throw a 50′ tarp down, use a couple yards of our fabric.

     

  2. Table Cloths

    Most of our fabrics come in 60” widths. Having a few yards around for table cloths is great. You can cut the fabrics to the exact length you want. The fabric is waterproof and easily cleaned. The camouflage fabrics look awesome at the campsite!

     

  3. Covers

    Our fabrics work really well for making custom grill covers. They are also great for covering just about anything else including woodpiles, mowers, ATVs, etc. The lightweight 70D Nylon is waterproof with a PU coating so having a few yards around for emergencies is a good idea.

     

  4. Emergency Shelter

    Since our 70D Nylon Ripstop is lightweight and waterproof, I tell all of my hiking & camping friends to carry at least 6 yards of our fabric with them. It packs easy and is extremely strong and durable. Use it for an emergency shelter or tent.

     

  5. Hammock

    Do you want to make a homemade hammock? Our fabrics are tough enough to hold a grown man. All you need is some rope, a couple stones to tie at the corners or grommets and you could be chilling on a comfy hammock in no time.

Camo Your Prom or Wedding With Our Camouflage Satin Fabric

Camouflage Satin Fabric for Wedding or Prom Dresses

Camouflage Satin Fabric for Wedding or Prom DressesThere is no better way to express your love for camo than to create a beautiful satin dress out of your favorite camouflage pattern. My niece recently got married and couldn’t find the exact dress that she wanted. She wanted to use the Muddy Girl pattern from Moon Shine Camo and couldn’t find a local bridal shop that had what she wanted. We provided her with the camo satin fabric and she took it to a local seamstress who helped her design and create a stunning wedding dress as well as matching bridesmaids dresses and matching vests for the groom and groomsmen. The outcome of the dresses and vests were exactly what she envisioned and she said it meant so much to her being able to be a part of designing the entire wedding party’s formal wear. She ended up using our 3.5 oz. Soft Hand Moon Shine Camo® Muddy Girl® satin fabric for the bridesmaids dresses, sashes and vests. Her beautiful bride’s dress was designed using our 4 oz. firm hand feel Mossy Oak Winter® satin fabric and finished off the camo theme quite nicely.

If you are more into traditional camo, maybe try using our 3.5 oz. soft hand Mossy Oak Break Up® satin fabrics for bridesmaid dresses. This pattern also goes really well with a Mossy Oak Winter which I think would be perfect for an entire bride’s dress. We also have in stock 3.5 oz. Soft Hand Satin – Moon Shine Camo® Undertow® which could be a nice complimentary blue within your camo wedding theme.

So if you can’t find the exact dress you want and want to design your own wedding party entourage, our fabrics are exactly what you need to get started. If you are a seamstress or are a business looking for the best camouflage fabrics available these fabrics are for you as well.

Check out our available satin wedding dress camo fabrics below. We will be adding even more camouflage satin fabrics soon so keep a lookout for new patterns that become available.

If you can’t find a local seamstress, head on over to our friends at CamoFormal.com.  They have some great dress selections using the very fabric that we sell!