Single tree hammock stand
Stands create a portable solution without the need of tying a hammock between two trees.
Other accessories include pillows, side tables and canopy attachments for added comfort.
After making the two angled cut, make several vertical cuts to a similar depth.
The small wedges of wood left between the cuts can now be removed with a screw driver, knife or ax.
The two outboard logs should be the larger 6" diameter logs.
A Tripod lashing is used to secure the top of the three logs.
Wedge the the, now triangular ends of the Cross Brace into the Dovetail cuts on the legs of the "A" Frame.
Choose from a number of patterns and styles that complement your décor.So here you are in the middle of the woods far away from the comforts of home. a whole new panicked sense of self-preservation arises - and the W instincts kick-in. The exact amount used for this chair was not measured. - Two of the logs need to be at least 6" in diameter.You've got a campfire to stare at as a make-do substitute for the Telly. YOU FORGOT TO PACK ONE OF THOSE FOLDING CAMP CHAIRS! Remember, stay calm, don't panic, keep a level head and survey your surroundings. The rope came packaged in 150 ft rolls, and at lease 4 or more rolls were used. This is so they are large enough to accept a Dovetail cutand still be strong enough to be the main "A" frame of the chair.The outboard logs (1 & 3) form the main vertical legs of the "A" frame.The center smaller diameter log forms the trailing Kick-Stand leg that holds up the "A" frame.