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I saw this concept at a store, as a commercially made product. I thought it was great, but it could use a few modifications, then I saw the price of ...
Materials: 2" Webbing: 2-2.5 yards 1/8" or 3/16" Shock cord: 6-8" 2" "Loop Loc": 1 2" Tri-glide: 1 Optional- Small piece of leather or cloth Supplies: Needle and ...
Just fold the end of the webbing through the loop loc (white plastic piece) and stitch it down. I Stitched back and forth several times. sorry I don't ...
Now you need to fold your shock cord in half, and stitch the two ends just behind the ladder lock so that it pokes out over the ladder ...
If you want a little cover to hide the stitching on your shock cord, then choose your material, cut a rectangle approximately 4.5" x 2". Fold it in ...
Bring the other end of your webbing through the triglide, then through the loop loc, then back through the triglide. This should complete your seat!
There are many ways to use this seat(less), You can use it with your legs up higher, or crossed, or even in the lotus position (though that requires ...
Several people have expressed concerns about pressure on kidneys, discomfort, etc. so I tried a couple padding options that occurred to me. The first is a small section ...
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