(Part 2) Best craft & hobby fabric according to redditors

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Top Reddit comments about Craft & Hobby Fabric:

u/HarroMongorian · 13 pointsr/CrossStitch

Thank you! The bottom two pictures probably took me only 4-5 hours, and filling in the scales with the fan pattern was also very quick. Then I probably spent 20 hours doing the cross hatching and fine lines, just to make sure everything stayed as close to geometric as possible. I think the bubbles took me maybe 4-5 hours also.

So around 30 hours!

Also this is the fabric I used, which I also blame for this taking me so long. It's 2 stitches across, 3 down to make a square, not 2x2, so getting things to be right angles and such took a lot of careful and precise stitching, and tons of double checking everything. It also took forever to mark up my fabric, and I had to start over (which you can kind of tell at the bottom of some of the pictures).

u/lunar_unit · 7 pointsr/rva

Gonna build a [Faraday cage](
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faraday_cage) around my bedroom, then my house.


Ooo! EMF shielding paint!

Anti RF Christmas quilts!.



My cell phone will never ring again!

u/robotdinofight · 4 pointsr/hometheater

Use a layer of this white over this black, according to the wizards over at http://www.avsforum.com/forum/110-diy-screen-section/

I was able to find a very similar- 80% nylon, 20% spandex, matte, 4 way stretch, milliskin fabric over on amazon because i had a gift card here and here.

This will give you an acoustically transparent screen with great contrast and not see through.

u/Koparkopar · 3 pointsr/quilting

Thanks so much! The pattern is a variation of Evening Star found here, but I thinned out the sashing and put it on point. The fabric was from a set similar to this, but I'm not sure if that's quite the right one?

u/PureTip · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards
u/Badatcounting · 2 pointsr/sewing

I think I'll add a wide sash out of a nice Indian block print I just accidentally double ordered from Amazon. Put it in my cart twice, so I got 10 yards!

Indian Hand Block Printed Cotton https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BNJP45J/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_CenpDb07X0KQF

u/allison880088 · 2 pointsr/HelpMeFind

$11 Michael Miller Fox Woods Border Navy Fabric By The Yard https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CGNRWCM/

$17 Constellations Fabric Summer Night Sky by Forest&Sea Printed on Basic Cotton Ultra Fabric by the Yard by Spoonflower https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0721KSC8G

$15 Space FurnitureAndDecor by Ambesonne, Night Sky with Stars Romantic Space Themed Image Dotted Background Constellation, Decorative Fabric for Upholstery and Home Accents, Purple White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078HN2TNT/

$12 Cotton Stars Night Sky Starry Sky Galaxy Astronomy Starlight Midnight Hemisphere Galileo Celestial Cotton Fabric Print by the Yard (42564-4) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071S2983N

$27 Galaxy Tablecloth by Ambesonne, Celestial Stars in Night Sky Stardust with in Clouds Magical Fantasy World of Space, Dining Room Kitchen Rectangular Table Cover, 52 X 70 Inches, Black Navy Blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071CJTWH9/


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u/androdaixa · 2 pointsr/Embroidery

Both those pieces are great, even the first one unfinished. A couple things I can think of to try that might help: maybe trace the edge of the felt with some kind of ravel stopper like this https://www.amazon.com/Dritz-674-Liquid-Sealant-0-75-Ounce/dp/B0019KBWA2 like maybe just put it on the cut edge, or a little way in on the under side of the fabric? It'll be hard to stitch through so a thin line to keep the edge clean but you'd kind of loop the stitch over it, if that makes sense?
Second, you might use a base fabric with a wider weave, like looser space between thread (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0771RF2QR though you can probably find something halfway between this and what you're showing in the second pic). Then you might try separating out the floss so you're only using 2 or three strands instead of all six, and use a smaller, VERY sharp needle (look for needs called 'sharps' these might be small but something like this https://www.amazon.com/Clover-Gold-Eye-Sharp-10/dp/B001K53MBS) . This will put a smaller, neater hole in the felt so there's less fraying. And the looser weave fabric means that even with paint you won't have to press as hard to get it through all the layers.
I hope some of this advice ends up useful. Good luck! I can't wait to see it finished.

u/SynRapture · 2 pointsr/tuckedinkitties

TBH I don't really remember, but I found something similar in Amazon

u/KiLLaBytE · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Helps to have a shop vac handy when removing the original headliner foam. And use 3M spray adhesive when applying the new material. I used black Headliner Magic, but if you want something cheap just hit up a local fabric store.

u/StavviRoxanne · 1 pointr/sewing

It is Sunbrella binding binding. It is very thick and because of the fold under it’s too much.

u/littleladybugx · 1 pointr/Embroidery

I found a nice cotton fabric, I just order it from Amazon!
iNee 100% Cotton Fabric for Embroidery, Embroidery Fabric Cotton, 20 by 60-Inch, White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DHRZNLG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_DDkNDb3BEYWH8

u/doityourselfer · 1 pointr/DIY

Order an upholstery needle set. Look up slip and ladder stitching. For the grey couch I would put a patch underneath the tear and use a combination of slip and ladder to sew it in from behind. If it's done right, the repairs should be invisible. It just takes time and patience.

u/Silent_Gamerz · 1 pointr/audiophile



Hi r/audiophiles!

Context/Background:

I'm an FPS gamer (and plan to start streaming) and am building a new silent gaming rig! I currently have some terrific headphones and am looking to find some minimal bass 2.0 Speakers for my sit/stand desk. Parts being considered are below. Questions at end. Thank you! Also, regarding "minimal bass", that is an absolute requirement - unless it's easily adjustable. Speakers are intended for casual gameplay/music, whereas headphones are used competitively (e.g. pinpointing reloads/footsteps)

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Currently Using (don't plan to replace):

  1. Headphones: Sennheiser HD 598 and Sennheiser HD 599 (they're open-back, btw)

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    Purchasing Plans:

  2. Sound Card or AMP/DAC: NONE
    1. Motherboard Built-In Sound Card: Z390 Taichi Ultimate
      1. 7.1 CH HD Audio (Realtek ALC1220 Audio Codec)
      2. Supports Purity Sound 4 & DTS Connect
  3. Speakers: Maybe Klipsch R-41PM or DIY?
  4. Microphone: Audio-Technica's 2020 USB+
  5. Microphone Boom Arm: Rode PSA1
  6. Microphone Shock Mount: Rode PSM1
  7. Microphone Pop Filter: VocalBeat WindScreen
  8. UPS/SP: Cyber Power CP1500PFCLCD (1500VA/900W, 10 outlets, AVR) - mentioned, due to interference potential
  9. Wall Acoustic Panels: DIY + Satin Fabric
  10. Window Sound Proofing: DIY Window Inserts, else possibly Acoustic Curtain (12 lbs, adhesive/velcro wall backed)

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    Questions: <in order of greatest importance to me, if you're time crunched>

  11. What 2.0 speakers would you recommend, given my serious bass concerns?
  12. Does any of the equipment I mention really "need" an AMP/DAC (or independent sound card) to enjoy the quality of it? Also, again, I'm personally not an audiophile, so please bear that in mind!
  13. Am I a fool to go for a windscreen instead of a traditional pop filter? I'd prefer to not have something obtrusive in my face while gaming and I do have some resonance concerns I'm still trying to resolve in-room (which leads to next two questions).
  14. Sound Proofing: I linked above the best DIY video I could find, but if anyone has a superior window insert solution, I'm DYING to find out. Or, if people think the super heavy velcro-adhesive backing curtains will suffice hold a candle to the window inserts, that would be great to know, too!
  15. Sound Deadening: I'm planning on the DIY linked above, as opposed to traditional acoustic foam cut-outs, given the reasoning explained in the video (if you didn't watch, it purports ~10x superior deadening, aids proofing further, and is far cheaper). Are there any flaws with my approach, before I go and churn out a dozen of these in a maker space? Granted, I understand one can "over-deaden" a room, if not careful.
u/rook_bird · 1 pointr/dndnext

Sheets of black felt are good, they can be cut to the size of each "reveal" and work well with 3D terrain or 2D flat maps.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076YKSLV4/

That said, I usually take the easy way out and have my players find a map of the dungeon at some point early on, to "justify" having the layout presented to them before they explore (though I keep creatures, treasure, debris, etc, hidden until they detect them).

u/Jinglebam0000 · 1 pointr/chinchilla
u/vermette02 · 1 pointr/sewing

I am going to work on a costume for my very first sewing experience. I am confident enough as I usually learn by trying it myself instead of taking a class. To make sure I don't screw up my project, which is a pair of cotton pants, I want to make a pair of linen shorts beforehand. That way, I believe I can get a good feel of the sewing machine.

Are there any do's and don't's you guys can point me out with these fabrics?

Shorts :

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MYWMMLM/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A14DLUCSAOTKR7&psc=1

Pants :

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BB2GMQ1/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A1HP5MJPHWV3WI&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BB3TS7S/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=A1HP5MJPHWV3WI&psc=1

Also, I plan on using this guide :

https://sewing.wonderhowto.com/how-to/draft-basic-pant-pattern-0126850/