A podcast where fabric enthusiasts and DIY gurus discuss all things make your own gear, with the occasional attempt at comedy to keep it interesting. Hosted by Kyle Baker, the Owner and Founder of Ripstop by the Roll. www.ripstopbytheroll.com
Maker's Questions: Round 2 for 2021
We're back for our first episode of 2021 where we start off the year answering your questions. Curious about why some Dyneema variants are limited release or if we'll be adding more components this year? Listen to find out! Find Us on Social...
Maker Spotlight with Allmansright
For this special episode, we get to check-in with Livio and Jennifer the team behind Allmanright, based out of the Bronx, NY. Organizations Mentioned for SupportOutdoor AfroHoods to WoodsFind Us on Social Media@RipstopbytheRollwww.ripstopbytheroll.com
Bike Bag Sew Off
Carter and Jameson face off with a Bike Bag Challenge to see who could make the best bag. They detail what fabrics and components they used and why, and if double-dipping is acceptable or not. Make sure to vote for whose bag you think is best on...
Fabric Application Details
In this week's episode, listen to Carter and Jameson talk about different fabric choices for creating hammocks, tarps, tents, quilts, and backpacks. Links below for fabrics mentioned for making!Hammock FabricLightest Weight- 1.0 oz MonoliteMost Durable-...
Inside the Minds of Dyneema®
For this special episode, we get the chance to talk to Chiharu and Peto from DSM Protective Materials, the people who make Dyneema®. Listen to find out more about how to take care of your Dyneema® products, as well as the future of all things Dyneema®....
Maker's Questions: Carter Keep Your Shirt On
This week Kyle and Carter answer your questions! From new products to what Kyle's wrestling walkout song would be and everything in between. You definitely don't want to miss this episode (and Kyle singing Prince).Thanks for listening to Ripstop on the...
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Your the Best
Seriously love this podcast! Already loved purchasing materials from y’all but then hearing your personalities through this podcast made me love you more. Finding out all the fun and tech details about fabrics and hearing your thoughts on how to put them to use helps make some of the materials seem less intimidating to try out. My brain is overflowing now with DIY ideas!