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    Good stuff. Thanks for the detailed pics.

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    You're welcome. I'm happy they helped out.

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    Thanks for the DIY Fronky! I finally got around to making a bottom entry bug net.







    Not the best photos.

    That area of blue was my brain child to create a space in the bug net where I would slide my UQ all the way down to one end of the hammock without having the bug net pull all funny. That blue area also has a zippper running from the ridge line to about 1' before the bottom entry, so I can unzip and slide the bug net all the way to one end without having to remove it from the hammock. It's nice for during the day when there's no so many bugs about.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Booni View Post
    Thanks for the DIY Fronky! I finally got around to making a bottom entry bug net.


    That area of blue was my brain child to create a space in the bug net where I would slide my UQ all the way down to one end of the hammock without having the bug net pull all funny. That blue area also has a zippper running from the ridge line to about 1' before the bottom entry, so I can unzip and slide the bug net all the way to one end without having to remove it from the hammock. It's nice for during the day when there's no so many bugs about.

    Thanks again.
    Awesome job dude! I love seeing all the mods people are coming up with. You did great!

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    So...I love the simplicity of this design and I see that a couple people have asked about trying this with ripstop to make a winter sock. Has anyone actually done it? I can see where the two concepts aren't exactly the same, but it still seems like it would work just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8Crow View Post
    So...I love the simplicity of this design and I see that a couple people have asked about trying this with ripstop to make a winter sock. Has anyone actually done it? I can see where the two concepts aren't exactly the same, but it still seems like it would work just fine.
    I have made a canvas sock using this design actually. After doing so I decided it was better to have the bottom closed and I just cut out a door. Look at my "Frozen Butt Hang" video and you can see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I have made a canvas sock using this design actually. After doing so I decided it was better to have the bottom closed and I just cut out a door. Look at my "Frozen Butt Hang" video and you can see it.

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    Gracias! That's disappointing, I was getting my hopes up for something really easy.

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    Fronkey, just finished sewing up one of these bugnets and it works great! Thanks for the plans,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapenut View Post
    Fronkey, just finished sewing up one of these bugnets and it works great! Thanks for the plans,

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    Awesome! I'm really glad it worked out for you.

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    Has anyone ever left the corner pieces in. If you still put the cinch cord in the same spot but left the corners couldn't you use those corners as small storage pockets? Like for clothes, I understand anything heavy would pull on the netting. I am a old clothes off new clothes on for sleeping and usually in a tent put the old clothes down by my feet.
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