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    Senior Member soul embrace's Avatar
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    was able to use my figure 8 ridgeline this weekend at the local state park for the first time and I really like it. its very simple and easy to set up and I like the Nama claws a lot better than prusik knots much easier to adjust for me. here is some pictures of it in use

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  2. #92

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    Quote Originally Posted by soul embrace View Post
    was able to use my figure 8 ridgeline this weekend at the local state park for the first time and I really like it. its very simple and easy to set up and I like the Nama claws a lot better than prusik knots much easier to adjust for me. here is some pictures of it in use

    IMG_20190427_152335.jpg
    IMG_20190427_155858.jpg
    IMG_20190427_155934.jpg
    IMG_20190428_080523.jpg


    Looks great!!!!!
    My name is Anne Marie and I make things.
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    This was fun to make! 6 complete tarp suspension systems with ridgelines and tarp tie outs.

    390 feet of Dyneema in 6 colors, 36 NamaClaws, 36 little continuous loops, and 10 sore fingers.

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    My name is Anne Marie and I make things.
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    Got my ridgeline and toggle soft shackles in the mail today. Very nice work, especially the button/stopper knot on the "fixed" end of the ridgeline. While I had ordered the double toggle version (I wasn't sure my middle-aged, easily cramping fingers would be with that button closure), I'm happily surprised with how easy it is to use, and it's a very clever setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CVKealey View Post
    Got my ridgeline and toggle soft shackles in the mail today. Very nice work, especially the button/stopper knot on the "fixed" end of the ridgeline. While I had ordered the double toggle version (I wasn't sure my middle-aged, easily cramping fingers would be with that button closure), I'm happily surprised with how easy it is to use, and it's a very clever setup.
    I'm so sorry, I overlooked the double toggle. I'm just so used to making the button knot style. I don't get many orders for the double toggle style.

    I am glad you are liking it though. It really is a very easy to use setup.

    Feel free to send it back for an exchange if you like though.

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    My name is Anne Marie and I make things.
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    Introducing myself and a few of the items that I make. Autumn Ultralight

    It's no problem at all! I'm sure I'll adjust and it'll work great.

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    I just got back from four days on the Laurel Highlands Trail in PA and used a modified version of the AutumnUltralite ridge line. The spliced eye and button knot work amazing for securing the tree end of the tarp ridgelines (split lines in my case) and were an absolute breeze to connect and disconnect... high over head, one handed, in the dark, wet.. didn't matter (it rained two of the four days). I had been using Ti hooks at the tree ends for ages, but now have this button knot arrangement on dedicated ridgelines on all of my tarps.

    Prior to leaving I ordered a set of 1.9 Kevlar straps with the evo loop style button arrangement at the tree ends, made in New England Rope Endura 12. Communication with Anne Marie was amazing, and fun (she's a card carrying Gram Weenie as well) and she sent pictures while building my kit.. what a tease!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikekiM View Post
    I just got back from four days on the Laurel Highlands Trail in PA and used a modified version of the AutumnUltralite ridge line. The spliced eye and button knot work amazing for securing the tree end of the tarp ridgelines (split lines in my case) and were an absolute breeze to connect and disconnect... high over head, one handed, in the dark, wet.. didn't matter (it rained two of the four days). I had been using Ti hooks at the tree ends for ages, but now have this button knot arrangement on dedicated ridgelines on all of my tarps.

    Prior to leaving I ordered a set of 1.9 Kevlar straps with the evo loop style button arrangement at the tree ends, made in New England Rope Endura 12. Communication with Anne Marie was amazing, and fun (she's a card carrying Gram Weenie as well) and she sent pictures while building my kit.. what a tease!

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/nQ3YBhXzdnLSFEE48
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/QFEsEwvKQkzDityv7
    Thank you for the kind words!

    Also, I had to order another roll of Kevlar! Thanks for the orders everyone.
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    i like these so well that I've ordered a 3rd ridgeline this week and another set of her tie outs
    There's magic in the woods,
    if you know where to look for it.
    -Pete's Dragon

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    Quote Originally Posted by soul embrace View Post
    i like these so well that I've ordered a 3rd ridgeline this week and another set of her tie outs
    I just finished up your kit.

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