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    Administrator Yukon's Avatar
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    Thanks! There are a couple spots where my hem width varied just a tiny bit, but it didn't affect anything. I'm still basically learning to sew, so I think I'm off to a decent start

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    Great looking hammock, Yukon. Be proud! Be pleased!

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    Nice yard, nice hammock and a pleasant looking girl. I think that might be the hammock forum trifecta, or is that nice quilts, nice hammock, and a light-weight or camo tarp...

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    Great looking hammock buddy. You done good

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    Bravo! I wish my first one had looked that good. Really nice and the stitching is pretty.
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    WhoooBuddy!! Nice work! I am glad to see you making some great things! You are hooked....there is no cure for the DIY bug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Nice. That Fox performed well, you musta got it figured out!
    Yeah I have had to try and basically figure out the machine for myself. I have spent hours looking online for a manual, or even a manual to a comparable machine but to no avail. I just started watching videos and asking questions and played with the thing a lot. I think I finally have a grasp on how the machine operates. And like RamblinRev says, each machine has it's own quirks that the operator has to learn...and I'm definitely learning that lol

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    Nicely done! I am impressed and inspired!

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    Very good looking hammock there. And I must say that I'm more than a little jealous of that back yard with all the hanging options it seems to offer.
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    Nice. I like the idea of building a sturdy backyard specific hammock. We focus a lot on light weight around here, for backpacking, but that's not always needed.
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