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    My goal was to duplicate the lay of a Warbonnet hammock, so all I do is gather the material up using a small cord in the end channel. It just bunches up evenly as you pull. End result is a very comfortable lay but the sides are a little floppy. Sometimes I add a footbox triangle to one side to keep my quilts from falling out. The footbox triangle shortens the side of the hammock but does not affect the lay.
    Last edited by Knotty; 11-30-2010 at 00:42.
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