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Diy webbing stuff. Slings, loops, etc..

Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by Peeveli, Mar 26, 2017.

  1. Peeveli

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    Today I had some time to fiddle with some webbing. I made a universal sling for a bag, loops to keep your keys on belt, chest strap for back pack and id-card strap for work.
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  2. aasoverteakettle

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    What a great topic. I own a sewing machine which I pretty much use clothing repairs and making webbing items. My two most recent projects are a lightweight, roll top bag for my shotgun and a harness for xc skiing with my daughter (still in r&d phase, so it's a little rough still). I have added tons of loops and straps to backpacks. I don't like molle bags, so I just add my own straps where appropriate. (Please excuse the mess of my shop, it's small and I always have too much going on in there).
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  3. aasoverteakettle

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    Btw, these are great.


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  4. Peeveli

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    This is sort of webbing related because there is some of it in this diy. My S95 DPM pants were lacking a dedicated phone pocket. So I killed old DPM hood and made this pocket from it. You can pull the phone out with the webbing. [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  5. Peeveli

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    I have been looking for a reasonably priced bottle holder for my back pack without any good result. So I decided to make my own. [​IMG]
     
  6. Peeveli

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    Something made by me last weekend. [​IMG]
     
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  7. Peeveli

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    Shoulder strap and strap handle for my edc bag. [​IMG]
     
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    Question. When sewing onto a pack (cordura material) is there an issue with just sewing through it...does the needle cut the fibers and lead to damage down the road? Do you need to "melt" the needle holes in the fabric? (so all the fibers are sealed where cut by the needle)
    I guess I talking about the ideal situation.
     
  9. Peeveli

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    It should hold nicely without melting anything.
     
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    Loving all this. The ID Card strap and the bottle holder are my favourites! Let me know if you ever want to sell an ID card Strap
     
  11. Peeveli

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    It would cost too much to post it from Finland to you.
     
  12. Peeveli

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    Made some belt loops from left to right: alpha, beta and release version[​IMG]
     
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