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    Senior Member ricecg's Avatar
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    DIY Claytor Clone

    I started this project with the hopes of not swimming in fabric. I got my wish....I love the duo version where you can flip it over with the bugnet...I like to thank Mule for his every open mailbox where i littered his inbox with questions....I will be using this bad boy at the WFA with Warm Soda... enjoy the pics...
    Plenty of shoulder/foot space

    The pink cloth underneath is the little ones gathered end hammock I made Sunday... she loves and knows "no shoes in hammock" motto!
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    ricecg, nice looking hammock. Did you have some sort of a pattern? I just got some material in and am deciding on what type of hammock to make, so I'm real interested in any sort of pattern, drawing, dimensions etc... I searched claytor clone but came up empty. Thanks for any help.

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    Senior Member ricecg's Avatar
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    Hang Loose...I used Mules thread here is the link: http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...hlight=Claytor, if you have any questions let me know...My hammock measures just around 9'7"x 3'10"...double layer 1.1 with bug net and zipper that runs between the supports( longer one would have been better but i am short person.)
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    A hammock for you and one for your daughter. How nice is that.

    Great work.
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    Senior Member ricecg's Avatar
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    just added a outside pocket since i don't have a ridgeline...the hammock folds into itself(like the eno), but when you flip the hammock over into no bug net the pockets mirrors so have a pocket...okay its a two sided ridgline organizer one side with 1.1 and the other side with mesh so i can air out my socks.
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    Great job dude!

    Fronkey

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