Are you just wanting to hang things in your suspension?
Dont do any of these ideas that will hurt you
1. poke a bight (6-8") of amsteel through the suspension. Tie a knot on the top half to keep it from pulling through. Repeat for a daisy chain to hang things from. Kind of like this.
2. Using just the lock portion of a locked Brummell is called (by me) an Aussie splice. We use them in places on boats. No issues because we're not loading beyond the safety strength of the line. It definitely works best to equally load both sides, but I've loaded only one side plenty of times.
A picture here http://www.hammockforums.net/gallery...imageuser=3468
I've used this for trapeze lines on a catamaran in 1/8" and only loaded 1 side lots of times. Of course, if it fails, I get wet and that's about it. Also, my weight equals tension, not magnified due to static lading like in a hammock.
I would have to play a little, but you may have to reverse some lock directions to keep them from sliding towards each other in certain daisy chain loops.