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    You don’t actually need the shock cord in the Fronkey style net. I have it in the one I made just for weight on the bottom edge but I never cinch it up.

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    Going with a Zippered Entrance - Probably crescent moon shaped

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    I may be confused here. It looks like the zipper is on the end and center of the bug net. I can't see how you would get in and out of the hammock or reach the zipper once you are inside. Does the zipper go the full length? So you aren't standing on it while getting in and out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJ35S View Post
    I may be confused here. It looks like the zipper is on the end and center of the bug net. I can't see how you would get in and out of the hammock or reach the zipper once you are inside. Does the zipper go the full length? So you aren't standing on it while getting in and out.
    My zipper has not been installed. The only thing I have finished is putting the grogain on the Ridgeline and all of the seams downs on the sides, and for the drawstrings. I'm still debating whether I'm going to do a zipper or if it's going to be a drawstring just like a frankie

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    There is also the Top Entry Detachable (TED) Bug net (https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...he-TED-Bug-net)

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    Finished product (almost - still have to sew the bottom but close enough)

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    Here she is all finished up and a final "from the inside" shot

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    That looks very well made. Curious about the weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidneyhornblower View Post
    That looks very well made. Curious about the weight?
    Be a bit but I'll grab one at work today and let you know.

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    Nice Job! I like the colored grosgrain accent too.

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