Roger I have you to blame for catching the MYOG bug from your sewing tips grrrr!
If you are going to remake a tent it is much easier to do it one piece at a time. This took an incredible amount of labor and I'm still not quite finished. I was scared it would not pitch taught so it was nice to see it setup today. I will get more pictures when finished.
I have enough material left to make a tent of my own design. I have it all drawn up, waiting for me to cut and stitch. This one should be 1/2 to 3/4 of a pound less built for 1 person with gear. Basically it will be a single pole hex mid.
Nicholas - Yes it has a small vestibule between the 2 doors.
Travis - The nylon was $41.49, poles were $29.50, mesh $4.90 and misc items like cord locks, cord, zippers & grosgrain were cheap. I would say roughly $85 in materials. The new poles were necessary in this case. One had broken around the insert and the others were severely corroded the same place.