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There are a lot of projects like this online and there are many ways to build one. I knew I wanted it to be portable, reusable and collapsible in a f...
It took me a day or so to come up with an easy way to make this. After 3 or 4 ideas, I came up with this in Photoshop.
1. (8) old bed frame slats. W 3 3/4" H 3/4" L 26 1/2" (SULTAN LADE Slatted bed base from Ikea would be perfect for this) 2. (1) W 28" H 3/4" L 10"...
Screw hinges on first.
Screw latch clamps to opposite side.
I built the first base to test part of a frame. On the second base, I found it was easier to build the frames first. The last photo in the step show...
Wrap about 1 1/2" of the drop cloth around each frame. Secure the screen with the muslin clamps while the frames are on the ground.
Secured each frame to ground with guy ropes and the tent stakes. Attach one screw eye to top of frame. You could use two stakes on each side if you ...
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