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  1. #41
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    You can go for quality and weight saving or can make it cheap. I have
    Made both. For about 20 dollars in fabric from Joanne's and a 4
    Dollar down blanket from the thrift store, I have one weighing in at
    22 oz. good down to mid to high 30s for $24 dollars is hard to beat.

  2. #42
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    Feb 2013
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    Nashville
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    Thanks for the great instructions! I'm really proud of mine.




  3. #43
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    Aug 2013
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    Alberta, Canada
    Hammock
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    WB Mamajamba
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    Down UQ I made!
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    Just finished mine last night. I skipped the velcro (couldn't figure out what it was for) and put in mitered corners (thanks doogie https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=67042). Some (all...?) of the long stitches aren't exactly what some would call "strait" but I'm excited about it. 2.25" or so of loft using 800 FP and Momemtum 90 from ThruHiker, should be good to go as soon as I can get a night out in the woods! Thanks for the great instructions!

  4. #44
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    Boston, Ma
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    Whats up with the velcro? Do you need to sew a strip of velcro onto your hammock for the head and foot ends to stick to?
    St. Lawrence was a Christian deacon tortured to death by the Romans in AD 258. According to legend, Laurentius was martyred on a iron grill over a fire, during which ordeal he is said to have quipped to his persecutors: "Turn me over. I'm done on this side!"
    He is the patron saint of cooks.

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