dood that's freaky you came back to that right before i posted.....
"Man is a stream whose source is hidden." RWE
yeah, i just happened to read over it again and something told me you were asking about the hammock not the tarp, musta been telepathy
That is very cool! Great work. What is the fabric?
you can get it at most outdoor fabric shops
Well, I ended up starting the project fully this weekend, however, the GG tarp just isn't big enough in the right directions to make this type of tarp feasable. So I ended up just making the cat cut mod to it, it's now a hexagon cat tarp, but I like it better this way anyway.
I did however break out my original Youngblood replica that I built a couple of years ago and the subsequent Ubertarp, as well. After much head scratching, sketching and measuring I have determined I don't really need a winter tarp anyway!
I mean, really, I live in Central Texas!
As nice as it would be to have a cool place to hang out with a wood burning stove, I just don't think I would really use it. So, I have begun cutting up the Ubertarp to build my next hammock sock.
But I hafta say, that is one fine looking tarp you have there Warbonnetguy! And I still have tarp envy...
"I aim to misbehave." - Capt. Mal Reynolds
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hey, you got a cat-hex, you can always add the end panels later if you want.
So, how did this tarp work out? I really like the design. I have the Hennessy 10x11 poly hex fly and, while I like the size, I don't like the weight. I'm waffling between purchasing the Speer Winter tarp or making my own. If I were to make my own, I would like to try something like this (with your permission of course). I suspect that if I were to make my own, I wouldn't actually save any money but i would do it because of the satisfaction. I made two down quilts to complement my No Sniveller and I really enjoyed the process.
go for it, i don't mind