-Grey Plastic Electrical Conduit (Available at Home Depot)
*I think the sticks are 8ft lengths, two of them should be plenty
-8 PVC Pluming 90 degree Elbows 1" Diameter (Available at Home Depot)
-2 sq meters of white cotton, should be thick enough not to be transparent but light enough to let light through.
-Hand Saw (Band Saw is easier though)
Step 1: Cut the Pipe to Length
You'll need 6 pieces cut to 12" and 2 cut to 16"
Step 2: Fit the Pipes Together Using the 90Â° Elbows
Step 3: Preparing & Applying the Cloth
Backdrop - 16" wide 39" long*
The length of this one can be changed to suit your taste but the width should stay 16" to fit the frame. One end needs to be folder over and sewn to allow the 1" pipe to slip through.
The "Wrap" - 10 1/2" wide by approx 54" long*
The width of this needs to be about 10 1/2" to fit the frame but the length is a little more tricky. Start by folding over one side and sewing it to form a loop for the pipe to slip through. The same will need to be done to the other side but you'll need to do a "test fit" to see where the loop needs to be sewn.
Hopefully the images will show you how this all fits together.
As you can see you'll have to partially disassemble your frame to slip the backdrop and the wrap on.
*You may need to allow extra if you want to hem the pieces to prevent fraying, the dimensions shown are finished dimensions.
Step 4: Full Assembly
In the one I made I didn't have enough 90 degree elbows so I used "T"s that I had laying around. You may wish to do this too so that you can add extra bars to hang lights from.
You also probably have some material left over at this point, it should be enough to craft a little carrying case. I haven't done this myself yet but I plan too.