Introduction: Simple Mosquito Netting for a Hammock.

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Hammocks and mosquitos don't go well together. It is very easy to fix that.

Within an hour you can make yourself a comfortable, ultralight, minimalist hammock mosquito protection!

All you need is a piece of tulle and some bungee cord and two cord locks.

Step 1: Measure the Length Between the End Points of Your Suspended Hammock.

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Step 2: Purchase Some Tulle or Net-like Fabric of the Similar Length and About 6 Feet Wide and Saw the Long Edges Together. You Can Use a Sewing Machine or Do It by Hand.

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Step 3: Create Two Channels for a Bungee Cord on Both Ends of Your Tule Tube and Insert Some Bungee Cord With a Safety Pin.

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Step 4: That Is It! It Is Ready!

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Comments

Tsu Dho Nimh (author)2018-01-09

Minor correction ... you should be SEWING, not SAWING.

4tom4 (author)Tsu Dho Nimh2018-01-09

oops. Thank you! :-)

optimalcolt (author)2018-01-08

I like bacon

mrsmerwin (author)2018-01-08

So simple! Who knew it would be this easy to be so comfortable while camping. Thanks for posting.

DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2018-01-07

Very cool. I am going to have to remember this. Mosquitoes are terrible in my area.

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