Grommet in Webbing - Still structurally sound?
I'm playing with the idea of making my own bridge hammock. Professor Hammock on Youtube, makes it look like something I could attempt this winter break. What I am wondering is this, could you put a grommet into poly webbing for spreader bar ends, and still have the webbing be structurally sound? This would seem to aid in the simplicity of the construction, set up, etc. However, if this were to compromise the integrity of the webbing that would be bad. Then if that it the case, are there other, simple, options for making attachment points for spreader bars, that don't involve a mastery of all things knots? Perhaps a small descender ring? (do they make small descender rings?) Thanks!