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Picture of hammock in 5 minutes.
this Instructable shows one how to make a fully functional hammock in under 5 minutes with household supplies. 
 
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Step 1: Materials

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Materials:
Sheet (twin)
knife (Or anything that cuts)
10 feet of rope.

Step 2: Preparing the sheet

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cut the sheet in half lengthwise, or at about 2 1/2 ft from the edge if its not a twin. 

Step 3: Tying the rope.

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cut the rope in half, and tie each piece to the ends of the sheet using the sheet-bend knot.   http://www.animatedknots.com/sheetbend/index.php  will show you how, if you don't know.

Step 4: Finishing

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the last step: tie to a tree and relax.
Note- it may look incredibly thin, but it will widen when your in it.  
lolalltheway2 months ago

why not just fold the sheet in half?

lolalltheway2 months ago

why not just fold the sheet in half?

lolalltheway2 months ago

why not just fold the sheet in half?

lolalltheway2 months ago

why not just fold the sheet in half?

lolalltheway2 months ago

why not just fold the sheet in half?

ILoveOwls1 year ago
what are the measurements for a twin???
Chimex141 year ago
This is so simple.
I am definitely going to use it a time when on a campout.
Thanks man.
e.bender3 years ago
nice, simple.

i dunno if you put a rock in the sheet before you tied the sheetbend around it, but if you didn't that will make it much stronger.
thanks for the instructable. i will definitely do this tomorrow my only concern is the weight limit. will a twin size support 120 pounds?
Rockser11 (author)  ducktape.mac3 years ago
if you make it right.
ok.