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When Greg saw my blanket fort, he immediately was inspired to create his own version.
12 x 10 foot pvc pipes 3/4" divided into 16x 38-3/4" 10x 12-1/4" 4x 12-1/4" (this dimension can be varied if you want it to ...
Make a plan for how you will cut the ten foot lengths of pipe into the required sections. You can get all the needed lengths from 12 standard ...
Assemble a rectangle from two 38 3/4" pipes, two 12 1/4" pipes, and four T connectors. The long pipes go in the middle leg of the T connector. ...
The side walls are built in almost the same way as the corner walls. The first difference is that there is a T connector at the center of ...
Erect your walls. You might as well do this in place on the bed or wherever you plan to use your blanket fort. Two people could carry the ...
Connect the two 26" pipes into opposite ends of the cross (plus) connector. Connect across the width of the roof, inserting each end into the open middle leg ...
A king-size blanket nicely covers half of the wall area of this fort. Use two to surround it entirely. They meet along the long sides of the fort. ...
Use your nicest and warmest blanket for the roof. A full size blanket will actually do here. I had no need to pin the roof blanket; I suppose ...
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