June 20, 2017
In this tutorial article we will show you how to make your own Double Ended Hammock Stuff Sack. This is a great option for the storage of your hammock! It allows for easy set-up at the end of the day and fast take-down in the morning. This is an excellent project for beginners.
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Materials and Tools
|Materials Needed:||Tools Needed:|
|1 Yard Fabric (Xenon Sil 5300)||Sewing Machine|
|4 Feet Zing It||Scissors|
|2 Mini Cord Locks||Ruler/Tape Measure|
|Marker or Chalk|
- Cut a rectangle out of the fabric that measures 18” tall and 20” wide.
- Cut two 20” lengths of Zing It and fuse the ends with a flame.
**Seam allowances should be 1/4″ unless otherwise noted** Step 1: Roll hem the 20” long edges of the fabric together. Step 2: Roll the edge of the bag back 1” stitch this towards the edge of the roll and leave about ¾” between the start and stop of this stitch to create a channel for the drawstring. Step 3: Repeat step number 2 on the other end of the bag. Step 4: Thread one piece of Zing It through each channel. The slip a cord lock over the two ends and tie them in an overhand knot. Step 5: Enjoy your new gear!!