Hammock bug net – The first step is to sew the 2 panels together. Place one panel on top of each other and sew shoulder pads 84″. Using a zigzag mask and check lock the start and end of the mask. When finished, you should have a large panel that is about 117″ x 84 “. Next, fold the panel in two so you have a rectangle like 117 “x 42”. On the page that has free edges (opposite the Brett edge), measure in 30-inch along the long side. On the same side, measure 4 “from the edge of the edge. Cut a straight line from one mark to the other, to cut both layers. When this edge is sewn it is at the foot of the hammock. A slight hole for suspension to get through.
The opposite side again uncut so you can slide the net over you when you’re in the hammock bug net. With the panel cut and still folded, adjust two long free edges. Leave about an inch unsown on page that was not cut. Again use a sack mask and remember to lock the start and end of the mask. Again use a sick sack mask to sew the diagonal edges together leaving about an inch unsown on the corner nearest to the folded edge. Remember to lock the start and end of the mask. At this point, the panel will now be a tube with a large hole and a small hole. Fold unsown blank for fabric and home holes. These sleeves are where the knit cord is place to the cinch error net up.
Feel a loose end of knit the cord to the edge of the small hole before it comes out the other side. Cut the knit so that it is about an inch of bungee hanging out of each side of the edge. Cinch the little hole down. So it’s just big enough to fit your suspension and tie the bungee into a half-piece knot. Feel a loose end of knitting the cord into the edge of the big hole until it comes out the other side. Cut the knit so that it is about an inch of bungee hanging out of each side of the edge. Mate two loose ends in knit the bungee lock and tie a half-piece knot on the other side. This bungee lock is used to cinch the big hole closed when you’re in.
Turn the whole tube out and you have completed the hammock bug net. Then, how to use the new hammock bug net? Just run the hammock suspension lines and the hill line through two openings on the net when you hang the hammock. Be sure to put the little hole at the end you want your feet and bump it all. Once in the hammock, pull the big hole up and over. (Like climbing in a sleeping bag) so the grid is around you and the hammock. Finally tight pull the string by big to shut yourself in.