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    Default Need help from crafty people!

    I'm making a sling/ hammock thing for my son to use. Only problem is he's 19kgs! What kind of material should I use?! There is one at therapy that he loves to lie in. It's made of what looks like a cotton string fishing net. Good option but I can't find this stuff anywhere. Please help! I either need the cotton net or another suitable material. Want to make ASAP as I have found that lying in this thing really calms him down

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    I would use cheese cloth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdog View Post
    I would use cheese cloth...
    Second on the cheese cloth.


 

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