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Step 2: Wrapping the Ends

It is very important that the intersections (where the center support and side supports meet) will not come apart. To ensure this wrap Duct Tape in a circle around the intersections at least 5 times.

This is also important to repeat when you add rope to the ends later on or in any extensions. Those will be explained in the next steps.
<p>Great idea! It's probably good for back-packing! :) </p>
it's an asome hammock but it takes a little bit of time (2 hours)
nice job- like the dog!
i actually tried this hammock and it worked! haven't tried the others yet though... so i can't judge to much!
I have to say- i have really enjoyed watching this contest. i this entry is a really great one- because it's no fuss and simply easy and enjoyable. nice job!
what a great idea! quick and easy- and perfect to carry on a hike. you don't need all the fancy stuff- just a plain durrable hammock to nap in. i'm off to attempt to make one right now! <br>
This is such a great example of a duct tape project! I think out of all the hammocks this one is certainly the best! WAY TO GO HAMMOCK BOY!
I certainly agree.

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