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    how long did it take you to make that it looks cool

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    That is awesome
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    Wow, that was a lot of work! I admire your vision for the project. Well done!
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    That's...impressive! You did great with that one!

    Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroonnoocc View Post
    how long did it take you to make that it looks cool
    The actual sewing and cutting took about 3 hours. Rigging up the suspension lines took closer to 4.

    Thinking about how to make it work? Well, about 8 weeks and counting

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    Just goes to show, what can be dreamed up can be done, well, with some limitations. But really, you did a great job of interpreting your vision. I look forward to seeing the end result.

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    Just came across this by chance. Is there a reason I don't see ANYTHING like this on here since this? This seems like a genius concept for those of us who go out to hang as couples
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tijereyes View Post
    The actual sewing and cutting took about 3 hours. Rigging up the suspension lines took closer to 4.

    Thinking about how to make it work? Well, about 8 weeks and counting
    Yeah, that was going to be my comment. I imagine the planning, calculating, engineering, sketching and problem solving took the vast majority of the time you put into it. The sewing itself is the easy part. I've never seen anything like that and thanks for the load of photos, I've heard it said on here, "no photos, then it didn't happen." That's brilliant, the suspension does look cumbersome though. Nice job. Thanks for posting.

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    nice work! I'm going to show my wife this hammock and see if this will be the hammock that convinces her that we can ditch the bed and get a hammock!

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    I think this looks like the best "impossible to make" hammock for two yet.

    Does it seem to have some shoulder squeeze? It just looks a little narrow in the pictures. Of course I have never used a bridge hammock so maybe it's just the way I'm looking at it.

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