Make A DIY Nylon Thread Dream Catcher
Here's a great DIY project that you can do with all that extra time you now have for projects like this. No use just sitting around doing nothing. Occupy your time with DIY projects that you will enjoy long after this is over. Make this Dreamcatcher with nylon thread.
Nylon thread can withstand moderate exposure to sunlight, provided that it is not exposed long term, or there is some sort of ultraviolet (UV) protection (e.g. windshields, or unexposed seams). This is why it is popular for automotive interiors, upholstery, and many other applications. It should not be used for outdoor furniture and sewing sails, awnings, tarpaulins.
Source: Nylon Thread Guide
Nylon is an artificial fiber. It is one of the most commonly used polyamides and was first used on February 28, 1935. Nylon makes a silky material that was first used in toothbrushes. It is strong, hard, and water-resistant. It is used to make clothes. In fact, polyamides are mostly used for synthetic fibers in the clothing. Nylon can also be used to make other materials, such as parachutes, ropes, carpets, fishing nets, and cloth, and socks. Nylon was invented by Wallace Carothers at Du-Pont.
Nylon From Wikipedia
Buy It Now eBay $12.95 – 5 Spools of military-issued soft nylon thread. Approximately 900 yards per spool. 1/2 Lb per spool of great quality thread that can be used for many different things. Use your imagination. Sewing, fishing, kite flying, leather repair, etc.