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  1. #131
    Senior Member Bec's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckmark View Post
    Yes i bought a 90x156 chocolate I have been tweaking it, cut it to 11 ft (im 6ft 297lb) and when i get my thread injector fixed im going to cut the width. wishing now i had bought the 60x126. For 11.99 i think ill jut buy another one or two. But to my dismay they have no choclate 60x126 have to buy the black.

    They have chocolate 60 x 126. It's on page 2.

  2. #132
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    I just made my first tablecloth hammock using caveman's method. Thanks for the instructions caveman

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    Somewhat patiently awaiting my order...
    It should arrive Saturday, just in time to wash, dry and test out. I chose the 90x156 monster in apple green.
    There are very few problems we can solve ourselves, but there is almost nothing we cannot solve together.

    Most often when someone says they can't, they are unwilling to try.

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    Just a heads-up: the burgundy tablecloths are more like fuchsia/purple.




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    Made 5 tablecloth hammocks for the kids.
    Had a relative sew channels.
    Ordered amsteel and straps from Dutch.
    Bought 2 colored pkgs of 6 carabiners locally.
    Made a bunch of 10 inch continuous loops.
    Had knot class with the kids - marlin spike hitch using the carabiner, lark's head, beckett hitch...
    Then, Saturday, we had hanging class at the park. They had a blast. Now they have friends that want one.


  6. #136
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    What's the weight of that taffeta fabric from Tablecloths Factory? Is it about 4oz/square yard?

  7. #137
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    Quote Originally Posted by vrg View Post
    Just purchased some crinkle tablecloths to make several for family. can you use paracord to hang your hammock if you double it. i was thinking of doubling a 20' piece to make a 10' length and tying a series of knots to use for adjustment points, using a carabiner on the hammock to attach to rope setup. is this setup ok to use or what type of cord could i use. weight would not be an issue. new to hanging
    This type of suspension will cause alot of damage to the tree and I discourage anyone from using line to hang the hammock. 1-2" polyester webbing is best. It will also not stretch the way that paracord does.

  8. #138
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    It really looks comfy. I made one from a 132 x 90 polyester tablecloth which turned out well, but the crinkle taffeta looks much softer. For the money, I'm so impressed with tablecloths. They rock. Love the shock cord mod. I'm going play with that. I used the extra material to make storage sleeves on both sides of mine.

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    What is the weight on these?
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    I don't have an accurate scale but the fabric is pretty heavy compared to ripstop.

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