I don't have my Kodak set up right now but my sis will post up pics, after I bought the gazebo, I measured, drew up a pattern, made a small scale model, re-adjusted all the fine details, made a new pattern, and went to the awning store, I was lucky because the gentle-man there was very helpful in showing & telling how to cut, and sew all materials properly, I did have to rent a industrial machine to sew it with, as well as seam seal it, The material I brought was a medi-weight in natural with blue pin stripes so I did have to cut in a certain way, then the carpet came into play, all I did there was to cut and line. After getting it all togeather, and making a final pattern,( and a sketch from my brother) I started sewing, took two weeks, and Voila a tent, I went slowly and carfuly( this is not s rush project) a final note label & seperate then lay out peices before use, use tape , paper clips, & desk clips to hold materials, not pins. I'm gonna post the patterns for use. hope
this helps----Thanks Lorie
> wrote:I am curious as to how you put this together in detail. Pictures if
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, "Larah T" <jellybeans4020@y...>
> I don't have alot of cash to spend on a tent, so I bought a 25$
> gazebo.(the kind that pops up, with metal poles .) And took and
> trip down to the Awning store,Then scoped out for discount out-door
> carpets and made myself a wonderful pavillion for under 100$ It's
> size is 12 by 10 & in middle is 11 ft.(six foot head clearence
> everywhere eles.) I'm short & small, so it's perfect for me,(And so
> far for a certain hot drunkin sword weilding hotty too.Heh, Heh,
> It's just an idea for anyone who's interested, Thank-you lorie
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