And since I know that when I'm reading a how-to I always skip to the pictures and then read the instructions, I'm gonna post the results first. Hooray! DSC05196.JPG (781.93K)
Number of downloads: 3
First, I started with a piece of 1" square netting that was large enough to drape just down to the base of my neck. I then cut some old woodland fabric that was layin' around into squiggly strips. The strips of fabric are squiggly so that the whole thing doesn't just lay flat on my head. I then tie the stips in half onto the netting so that half of the strip is on one side of the knot and half of the strip is on the other. Grab the next strip, tie in a knot, lather, rinse, repeat.
Number of downloads: 4
Number of downloads: 1
The final product is a hood that is perfect for those situations when you wanna slowly peek out of your cover and don't want the opposition seeing a nice big mask and lense staring at them. Or if you're using a stand of weeds or other soft cover and don't exactly feel like getting hit.
Any comments or suggestions are appreciated, this is version 1.0 so It could stand to be improved
This post has been edited by Supergyro: 24 May 2010 - 07:16 PM