Well, I'm almost finished with my first DIY project. I could have started with a stuff sack, but I decided to do a double layer hammock with bug net instead
I started with 11 foot-long pieces of 1.1oz ripstop seconds from DIY Gear Supply, which were cut as parallelograms, with the long sides being offset by 6 inches. The pieces were however wide the fabric came, which was between 60-65 inches. The bug net will zip all the way down from the top, and roll up into a peak bag, like the 2QZQ mod #4, only not nearly as well-executed. Getting that third zipper slider on there was a bit of a pain. The whipping is like the Warbonnet whipping, but only using the whoopie sling. This whipping tightens on itself, and seems to work really well.
I gave my HH Exped to my girlfriend (currently on its way back from 2QZQ), because at 6'0", it was a little cramped. The Pisgah Dreamer, however, is really spacious, and super comfy. Like I said, it's a double layer, so I can slip a pad in there until my next DIY project (2 UQs) is done. The ridgeline is also detachable, thanks to the Dutch Ridgeline Biner.
Anyway, here are some pics. I'll post more when it's finished.