For this project you will need:
-5 pieces of 10' 1'' PVC (it can be a different size then 1'' but if you do it to much bigger it could be hard to bend)
-PVC pipe cutters
-4 elbow connectors
-12 T connectors
-Some garbage bags
-piece of wood (for seat, you could use other stuff too)
-And lots of duct tape (I used around 7 rolls, but you might need more or less depending on how you wrap it. 3 of those 7 rolls were gorilla tape to make sure it was strong but you could probably use normal duct tape).
During this instructable I will tell you better ways to make your kayak than I made mine since I didn't have much of a plan while I was making it.
Step 1: Making the frame
Cut two 8'' pipes out of the 10' pipe. Put them at about the center of the kayak at opposite sides and then connect them to the rest of the frame with two T connectors each. Out of the 8'8'' pipe cut two 2' pipes and use four T connectors to put them at about equal distances from the 8'' pieces on the the bottom part of the kayak (the part that curves up). From the 4'8'' cut two 1'6'' pieces. Use T connectors to put them on opposite ends of the kayak at points where they fit snugly.
Tips: When using the T connectors you will need to cut the pipe and you may want to tape the connectors to the pipes so it won't slip. Also it would be a great idea to look at the picture so you can see where things fit.
Step 2: ADDING GARBAGE BAGS
Step 3: PUTTING ON THE DUCT TAPE
Step 4: FINAL TOUCHES
Thanks for reading my instructable. I hope it was of some help to you