Thanks to Sam for demonstrating the project for this Instructable.
"Submitted by Ace Monster Toys Hackerspace in Oakland, CA for the Instructables Sponsorship Program"
Step 1: Tools & Materials
*Camping Cook pot
*metal tent stake (1)
*screwdriver/awl for making holes
*Shop Scissors or aviation snips
*piece of scrap wood/mdfnot
Step 2: Cut & Join the Windscreen Body
Then, we join these rectangular bits together by placing two sheets on top of each other and folding over the edges in a "felled" seam. Use the scrap piece of wood/mdf to help you make the fold smooth and flat.
Step 3: Shape & Assemble
Then, shape the sheets around the pot for which you wish to make a stand/windscreen.
Using the shop scissors, trim to the proper height, cleaning up the edges, but be sure and leave a small tab.
Fold this tab over to lock the ends together.
Attach open ends with paper/binder clips (make sure they are metal! -- remember this screen will get hot!l)
Step 4: Finishing Up
Start by putting the camp pot inside of the holder/screen upside down. The bottom of pot determines where the holes go for the stove.
Using the tent peg, mark places for holes (2).
Using the screwdriver/awl, punch two holes in the screen across from each other. These holes will accommodate the tent peg and will be the base that holds the pot. It helps to have a backing piece of scrap wood when punching holes so that the windscreen is not deformed in the process.
Flipping the whole pot/windscreen unit around, mark where the handle for the pot will go (here we have assumed your camping pot has a removable handle). Carefully cut a notch for the handle with the snips.
Finally punch some holes around the bottom of the windscreen to allow oxygen to get to the stove. The pot/windscreen unit will be placed on top of the camp stove after the stove has been lit.
That's it! Enjoy your camp cookery!