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    No-Sew DIY Hammock Kit

    We've explored the realm of tablecloth hammocks and we're offering:

    1) Choice of blue or red crinkle nylon tablecloth, 60"x126".
    2) Whoopie sling and ridgeline kit consisting of 24 feet of Amsteel for whoopies, 12 feet of Zing It for a ridgeline and for whipping the hammock, two needles (one small for plucking strands, one large for splicing) for making the whoopies and the ridgeline and a pair of beads to prevent pull-through on the adjustable loop of your whoopie.
    3) 72" straps already pre-sewn with loops. 100 percent polyester. No stretch, 1,500 lb. capacity.
    4) A pair of aluminum toggles for making a marlin spike hitch.
    5) A bag made by us for the kit to go into.

    Cost is $54.95 plus $7.50 shipping, continental U.S.

    This is an entire DIY Kit with all the tools you need (except scissors or a knife for cutting AmSteel) and it makes a hammock and a suspension kit with whoopies.

    Caveman has a good thread on whipping and we recommend this method.

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=62832

    We'll post other tutorials on our site in the coming days.

    Here's the kit:
    http://www.buttinasling.com/notahakit.html
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    Re: No-Sew DIY Hammock Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by jbrianb View Post
    We've explored the realm of tablecloth hammocks and we're offering:

    1) Choice of blue or red crinkle nylon tablecloth, 60"x126".
    2) Whoopie sling and ridgeline kit consisting of 24 feet of Amsteel for whoopies, 12 feet of Zing It for a ridgeline and for whipping the hammock, two needles (one small for plucking strands, one large for splicing) for making the whoopies and the ridgeline and a pair of beads to prevent pull-through on the adjustable loop of your whoopie.
    3) 72" straps already pre-sewn with loops. 100 percent polyester. No stretch, 1,500 lb. capacity.
    4) A pair of aluminum toggles for making a marlin spike hitch.
    5) A bag made by us for the kit to go into.

    Cost is $54.95 plus $7.50 shipping, continental U.S.

    This is an entire DIY Kit with all the tools you need (except scissors or a knife for cutting AmSteel) and it makes a hammock and a suspension kit with whoopies.

    Caveman has a good thread on whipping and we recommend this method.

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=62832

    We'll post other tutorials on our site in the coming days.

    Here's the kit:
    http://www.buttinasling.com/notahakit.html
    Can i get a price for four pairs of webbing

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    $10.95 per pair of straps, minus the 10 percent HF discount would come to $9.85 per pair of straps, plus $7.50 in shipping... total = $46.90.
    Last edited by jbrianb; 03-15-2013 at 21:56.
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    Cool idea. Everything in one stop....and you get to say "I made it".
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    Re: No-Sew DIY Hammock Kit

    Awesome idea...
    Live, Laugh, Love, if that doesn't work. Load, Aim and Fire, repeat as necessary...

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    Looks like a great way to spread the DIY bug!
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