Re: Hammock Camping string it tight? Getting Wet??
- The marker idea works except on dark colors of silnyl.
I found that my kids sidewalk chalk (school chalk did NOT work, too dense) worked
great. Take it outside and grind it to an sharp edge on the driveway (or other rough
surface you don't mind marking up).
Now use that "sharp" edge of sidewalk chalk to mark your lines or whatever on the
I tried everything I could find, including my wifes sewing marking pencil, and this was
the only thing I could find to mark the black silnyl I was working with.
Hope that helps.
--- In email@example.com, "ciyd01" <ciyd@a...> wrote:
> Dry erase markers work and the marks rub right off.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "haluk" <haluk.yildiz@k...>
> > Could you please let me know how can I chalk the pattern on Sili
> fabric. Neither markers nor soaps work
> > haluk
MessageThe only thing I've found to mark on silnylon is black magic marker type pens, but the mark may not come off. We make our tarp patterns from heavy cotton cloth and then pin that to silnylon and cut along the edges. Have used white butcher paper also for patterns (comes in rolls like AL foil--buy at grocery store). Now if I just had one of those $million laser cutting tables.....Ed-----Original Message-----
From: haluk [mailto:haluk.yildiz@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2003 2:08 AM
Subject: Re: Hammock Camping string it tight? Getting Wet??Could you please let me know how can I chalk the pattern on Sili fabric. Neither markers nor soaps workhaluk