Now that I've cleared up my questions of what material I, in fact, have, I'd like to vet the design with you guys.
I'm going to make a two ply hammock with a bug net.
A while back Neo, when he was in his "jungle hammock phase", bought an Asian made jungle hammock. the link is to a thread about it, with pictures.
This unit had 'rope through the pocket ends' . With all the attention on this site given to whipping technique, that seemed rude and crude to me. But Neo liked it fine.
Then I got a test hammock, which is made the same way. It's still hanging on the back porch and has become my "Nap Hammock" (a retirement benefit <G>). The more I use it , the more I like it. The hanging ends are dirt simple, much less "fiddley" that the whipping method, IMHO.
So, back to the present: My material is one piece, 24 feet long. I'm going to hem both long sides, double it up and fold over the ends, reinforcing the outer edges with 1 inch strap and sewing a 1 1/2 inch pocket (I will copy the construction of the test hammock, with three passes of stitching).
The bug net design is still up in the air.
In one idea, I would make the bug net the same size as the hammock panels then add ties to hold it up off of me. (Like Neo's jungle hammock)With that design, I can flip the net to the bottom and not use it when bugs are not a problem.
In the second idea, I would follow risk's "quarter hammock" design
and the bug net would be a flap, that goes over the ridge line when needed. But, what do you do with it when it's not needed??
I hope this description is clearer than mud. I will try to clarify as required.