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Jello,

Every project I attempt runs into unforseen glitches and I'd like to try and avoid as many as possible.

I'm making a large temple screen that needs to have the load bag a little more "form fitting" than a typical cloth bag to hold a specific load in place.

Does anyone know of (or can reccomend a book) that covers how best to attach the load bag, amount to use so that it is not too tight or too saggy.

What are the best type of lycras, spandexes or another fabric entirely . Are there "trade names" vs. generic names that I need to know when asking for this fabric?

Or other ways to make the load bag even less noticable. The load side is never seen.. .but when the panels are flat it will stick out the back covered mostly by the way I hold it near my body and another prop held to that side.

OK, that's it for today - ha!!!

If anyone already has experience with building a project like this and would like to use that experience to make another, I am open to quotes (I'm not much of a carpenter and my tools are rudimentary at best)

Thank you,
Daniel
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