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    Senior Member Tendertoe's Avatar
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    Fronkey Inspired Bug Net

    For my new hammock I wanted to make a bug net.

    I watched Fronkey's video and read the thread on it.

    It was hands-down the easiest thing I've ever sewn.

    I got no-seeum netting from diygearsupply.

    Here's a video

    Last edited by Tendertoe; 02-03-2012 at 16:43.

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    Really cool idea with the omni tape and I love to see all the mods people are doing on the design as well. Really great job dude!

    Fronkey

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    Thanks for coming up with this awesome design.

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    What was your total cost for the netting , shock cord and thread with locks?

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    Head over to www.diygearsupply.com

    It all depends on your specs and what you have on hand. I had some of these on hand so it was a bit cheaper.

    For the exact item in the video you will need

    7 yards of noseeum 24.85
    1 spool of thread 3.65
    6 feet of shock cord 1.20
    1 cord lock (or some cordage for a barrel knot) .23

    30 bucks plus shipping.

    If you make the hammock from the other post you can save on the price of the thread and shipping.

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    Great review! Thanks for going through in such great detail.

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    Great build Tendertoe!

    David

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    Very well done. One of the best instruction videos I've seen in here...Thanks for that...
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    Jerry,

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    Great video! You sold it to me. That will be the next thing I make.
    Very well explained.

    And great design, Fronkey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fosho4 View Post
    Great video! You sold it to me. That will be the next thing I make.
    Very well explained.

    And great design, Fronkey!

    Same here. I was thinking I have to order a bugnet soon but I think I'm just going to make this design. Your description of it's pro's sold me as well.
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