DIY Kits for 5×8′, 9×9′ and 10×10′ ultralight tarps
How to Video Steps
1 Sew Reinforce Panel Tie Outs
2 Sew Tarp Center Seam, 1st Pass
3 Top Stitch Center Seam, 2nd Pass
4 Sew Reinforced Tie Out to Center of Tarp Along Seam
5 Sewing the hem and inserting reinforcements
6 Sewing on the webbing
Great Example of using paddles for tarp poles.
Photos curtesy of Stephen Miller.
Flat 6×9.5′ long solo tarp shelter for 1. Plenty of coverage without excess weight.
Available in subtle colors or a standout in night and day – orange with white.
8 reinforced web tie outs around hem, and 2 tie outs centered over feet and head.
Price includes shipping in the USA, and a stuff sack.
30 Denier Silnylon various colors weighs 11 oz. 70d double thick silnylon in yellow weighs aprox 20 oz.
One seam along the center running the short distance (side to side lying underneath)
Notes- fabric is NOT flame retardant, keep away from heat and flame.
Tarp 6×9.5′- Buy it here
flat tarp 1.6 6×9.5′
First I have seen of this color in the silnylons.
Here it is with some other current fabric colors that will be made into tarps and other shelters.
Fabric colors left to right, 70d hi-viz orange ,70d silicone coated yellow, 30d black,30d chocolate,30d foliage green, 30d coyote tan
Cat Tarp 2 now with 12 tie out points
Tarps with netting perimeter in 2, 3 and 5 person sizes. Popular with Outdoor Education groups.
Group and school pricing available (call)
For lightweight tarps.
patch for holding paddle or pole under tarp on silicone coated ultralight nylon