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    C'mon. Less jibber jabber and more pictures.
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    A 15'x15' hang hut/workshop sounds great. A large movable workbench and some sturdy shelves would finish it out very nicely.
    Hammocking, car camping, backpacking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Getting in touch with nature is getting expensive. Good thing I can DIY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burning_Daylight View Post
    A 15'x15' hang hut/workshop sounds great. A large movable workbench and some sturdy shelves would finish it out very nicely.
    I Like it!! Hang hut it is
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    Awesome! Glad you like it, occasionally I have a good one.
    Hammocking, car camping, backpacking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Getting in touch with nature is getting expensive. Good thing I can DIY!

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    I enjoyed seeing the stack of hammock blanks there (atleast I think those are ) Can't have enough of those handy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arothian View Post
    I enjoyed seeing the stack of hammock blanks there (atleast I think those are ) Can't have enough of those handy
    Good call.

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    So after looking at various different plans and talking with the boss lady, I am restricted in development with the outside, because I have to match the outside with the siding of the house, but the inside I'm thinking tounge and groove pine for the rustic look, and some simple flooring, and maybe a wood burning stove (a small one). I was also thinking of some high shelving to take advantage of the limited floor space so I can work on the big projects, but still have a place to store stuff, using 4x4 to reinforce the tieout for the hammock and grabbing a downed tree from a freind that does removal service, and bury the end far enough down to use as the second tie out point for the hammock (I wanted something true to what I might use out in the woods for true testing), and maybe a small porch and a covered area for my wood pile..
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    I'd put in a 6'x6' cutting table. Round the corners just a bit.
    Nylon comes 5'-6' wide so this would accommodate the width and half the length of a 12' tarp and still not take up all you space.

    I'd also consider hanging net storage hammocks from the ceiling (rafters), if high enough, to store completed quilts.
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    Like this

    like this but better..
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    I'd put in a 6'x6' cutting table. Round the corners just a bit.
    Nylon comes 5'-6' wide so this would accommodate the width and half the length of a 12' tarp and still not take up all you space.

    I'd also consider hanging net storage hammocks from the ceiling (rafters), if high enough, to store completed quilts.
    I Like both ideas!! maybe a table that has hinges to expand to that width when needed, but a normal working table most of the time. I also thought of a whiteboard for the creative juices when they should happen to flow
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