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I have a friend who has a disability. She tires easily and when she does she has a difficult time finding a place to sit when she needs it. I came up...
In this instructable I used sewing machine scissors seam ripper (not pictured) Lighter Materials length of car seat harness webbing 1" flat nylon ...
Decide how large you want the seat portion. I chose to make this seat for an adult so I wanted it fairly large.
Cut 2 lengths of the wider webbing into 13.5" pieces. Flash in a lighter flame to melt ends to prevent fraying. Fold over ends and make the loops a ti...
Cut another 2 lengths of the wider webbing. Melt ends to prevent fraying. I chose 16" lengths. Insert the lengths into the looped ends and sew toget...
Cut 3 lengths of wider webbing into desired sizes. I chose 15.75". Melt ends to prevent fraying. Attach each piece to the underside of the frame, spa...
Cut 7 lengths from the wider webbing in 8.5" lengths. Melt ends to prevent fraying. Attach onto frame underside on the longer side using straight stit...
Weave the webbing through the longer supports alternating each. Sew using a straight stitch on opposite side. Repeat with all straps. Be sure to stit...
Reinforce all intersections using a straight stitch. Take care to not stitch the looped ends closed. The seat is mostly completed. Set aside.
Measure and cut 4 lengths of the 1" nylon webbing into desired lengths. Be generous with the lengths. I measured and cut mine into 4' pieces. Melt en...
Cut 2 lengths of 1" nylon webbing into desired lengths. I cut mine at 24". Melt ends to prevent fraying. These will be the straps that will have the...
Thread a shorter length of 1" webbing through 2 O rings. Fold webbing over about 6 inches and sew together using a straight stitch. Try to sew as clo...
Thread your O ring straps through the looped ends of your seat. I alternated mine through the supports.
Thread you longer double strap through the looped ends. Repeat with other strap.
Reinforce the ends and close the loops using a straight stitch. Be sure to ensure that you have an equal amount of strapping on each side.
Slide D ring onto electrical clamp. Attach the plastic coated clamps and D ring to the walker using a pair of pliers and a flat headed screw driver. B...
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