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    Member busan321's Avatar
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    just finished my diy tablecloth hammock

    I finished my diy hammock its a dual layer tablecloth black on the outside and lime green on the inside. The tablecloths are 132"x90" polyester the ends are gathered and tied so no sewng requiredand it fits quite nicely inside my bugnet so I couldn't be happier with how it turned out
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    Senior Member Mr.Tattoo's Avatar
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    Good job they are very comfy to..

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    Member busan321's Avatar
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    It almost as comfortable as my jumbo Mayan hammock which I found surprising. I will be bringing 2 Mayan hammocks and this one to the Florida hang next weekend you Guy's will be welcome to check them all out

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    Looks good! I guess I'm going to have to try out. What's it weigh?
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    Member busan321's Avatar
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    With it being a double layer of pollyester ,light it isn't. I'm gonna say its pushing about3.5 pounds if you want one that is light use the nylon taffeta tablecloth. And if you can get away with it use a single layer

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    Very nice! I really want to buy a few tablecloths, need to kill my roll of nylon first though :$

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    Senior Member Sparkfly88's Avatar
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    I'll get to a DIY hammock one day...

    Looks good!

    I'd like to check out this may an hammock at the hang, they seem interesting for maybe an indoor sleeper hammock.

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    Member busan321's Avatar
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    you are more than welcom to check out my mayan hammocks

    I am going to try to hang next to or really close to my car so just look for a green mustang with green ghost flames all the way down the sides

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    Member busan321's Avatar
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    here is a pic of the car to look for

    I should be somewhere close to that car
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    Senior Member Hototo's Avatar
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    Since you didn't sew it, is there a specific knot you utilized to attach the cord to the ends?

    Looks great. I love the colors. I'm thinking I want to make a double layered one myself since I'm having difficulty getting my pad to stay put, so a double layered one is in my future.

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