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This sky blue and sunshine yellow striped hammock was hand made by employees of Community Partnerships in Alamosa, Colorado as part of the “Everything Twine” community recycle project. The entire hammock is made from discarded plastic twine collected from farms and ranches in south central Colorado. This macramé hammock comfortably holds one person. The stained redwood ends serve to keep its attractive shape. The redwood is recovered from renovated decks.

The twine is wrapped tightly around the rings with a secure wrapped knot connecting the hammock to the rings. The rings are designed to attach to hooks on trees or posts. It is very secure and strong.

Farmers and Ranchers typically burn or bury this material in order to get rid of it. Since this is horrible for our environment, we are recovering this material in order to create new things. All twine has been washed and cleaned to remove dust and other contaminates. These recycled projects help to raise funds for our community projects as well as clean up our environment.

Size: The hammock itself is about 8’ long and 4’ wide. Each end is fastened with two rings to hang bringing the total length to 14’. Holds up to 300 pounds!

Macrame Hammock-Blue and Yellow

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: twine, recycled wood, recycled hardware, farm twine, recycled material, recycled redwood, blue twine, yellow twine, recycled twine, repurposed material, reused, upcycled, reclaimed
  • Feedback: 1 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Colorado, United States.
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