canvas duck

canvas duck

[′kan·vəs ′dək]
(textiles)
A lightweight cotton or linen cloth; the term is occasionally used for heavier canvases as well.
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FOR THOSE FEW SOLDIERS STILL CAMPING OUT IN CANVAS DUCK TENTS.
I always wear long pants, sturdy leatherwork shoes, a canvas duck apron, a safety glove on my wood-holding hand, and a leather thumb protector on my tool-holding hand.
Fabrics include cotton sheers, cotton slub plaids and canvas duck.
To make one, you'll need 7/8 yard of heavy canvas duck (sold in some fabric, awning supply, upholstery, and sail-making shops), a large spool of regular thread, paper for pattern, tailor's chalk, scissors, and pins.
That angle does a better job of holding the tent stable That's unlike the technique you use with canvas duck tents.