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    My first tablecloth hammock

    Say hello to my first DIY 90x132 sage green tablecloth hammock. This is huge compared to my ENO DN. I'm talking Taj Mahal huge. I still need to put my ridge line on and get some bungie cord for the Knotty mod. I had to take it for a test spin as soon as it was done, I'm happy to say nothing slipped ( I did get in ever so cautiously). No ridding this baby to the ground for me tonight. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1367894107.457167.jpg
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    My go-to hammock and still favorite is Swamp Sling, one made for me by Junebugdawn here on the forums. It's the same size as the one you made with channeled ends and it's double layered. The knotty mod will make a world of difference.

    I also went from an ENO DoubleNest to this one, so I can speak from experience - you won't be disappointed.
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    Very nice. It's reflextive lime. Easy to find with a light at night after you finish "the business".
    The tablecloth hammock has caught on huge.

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    Senior Member Gresh's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Floridahanger View Post
    The tablecloth hammock has caught on huge.
    At 90x132, I'd say so!
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    My first tablecloth hammock

    Quote Originally Posted by Gresh View Post
    At 90x132, I'd say so!
    I wanted something big(wide) enough to keep my sleeping bag and pad in the hammock instead of sliding out. I'd say I have enough extra fabric to do so. Lol.

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