If you have a commercial fishing
supplier or net loft nearby, ask them for net mending twine and a mending needle - something around 4" stretched mesh would work. Then tie each mesh of your webbing to the life line and whatever deck
level line or system you use with rolling hitches - net mending style. Once you get used to measuring the proper diamond weave distance of each mesh you can fly along the life line tying it all together. It's a lot of fun once you get the hang of it.
Also, buy the webbing from a net loft, not west marine- you will get really durable webbing and not have to worry about poorly made mesh unraveling. There is no reason for webbing to unravel or to melt end together, when cut, if made properly!
Two or three internet
connections on the west coast
fisheries Supply seattle
LFS (lummi fisheries supply) Bellingham
And maybe Redden Net is still in business.
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