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    Sorry for the delay. Yes I was talking about cutting and using the fabric for the bridge. Not just trying to come up with some add on. But I think i am just going to buy some cheap wally world fabric and give it a trywith that to start

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzie View Post
    Hmmmmmmm. A convertible bridge to gathered-end hammock? Sounds interesting.
    hey Lizzie, this happened before you joined. Probably the most comfortable bridge hammock I have.
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    Hazza! That's great, Grizz. Hammock Forums is indeed the treasury of all things hammock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    Probably the most comfortable bridge hammock I have.
    You would have to say that... You invented the silly thing. The one I made is the hammock I needed a crane hoist to get myself out of. I must admit the bridge setup was sweet, but the gathered end conversion just simply did not do anything for me except trap me inside. I ended up having to put a BEEP (bottom entry/exit portal) in it if you remember. hehehe.

    It was a fun project though and I highly encourage people to give it a try just for kicks and giggles.
    I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.

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