Re: Hammock "Underfly" project with photos
- Thanks, to bad though. would be easier. I guess when you pull on
the lower end to get it into position (after getting in) you stress
the gaps on each side where the 4 tieouts are sewn on and pulled
together. Without any insulation added it might hold but still
iffy. Will have to think on it before I decide to sew on any loops.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gear_collector"
> I used one of those on each side to clip the underfly in place asI
> was testing the shape, but I don't think you can count on themwrote:
> holding it securely in actual use. Mine slipped off often due to
> the weight of the insulation and getting in and out of the hammock.
> --- In email@example.com, "Coy" <starnescr@y...>
> > gear_collector guy
> > I'm gona have to try this out. Thanks for the homework on this
> > one. I got a question... Would it be possible to use 4 paper
> > thingies, those black ones with a wire loope you squeeze to
> > place of the sewn on loops at 28 in from the side tieout o-ring.
> > Coy Boy