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Tent or Tee Pee Tutorial, PDF Play Fort

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Author Little Lizard King
Price $12.00
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by Bunny Lane Designs
on May 30th, 2014

“Makes a great spacious tent, really easy to make, didn't quite do it all on my own, I had to have my husband drill the holes for me, but it turned out super cute and instructions were easy enough to follow”

Our tee pee tent sewing tutorial is a simple sew - perfect for pretend play, photo props, Christmas and birthday gifts, play dates, dress up, and just because. This play house sewing tutorial is an ideal project for recycling duvet covers, curtains, and sheets for a fort for boys and a play house for girls.

The tee pee is supported by PVC pipes; when finished playing, simply pull the PVC pipes together, and your tent will easily fit in a small corner of a closet.

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1 1/3 yards of fabric x 4 (There are five panels total, but you will use remnants for the door)
1 yard of fabric to make the tubes to hold the PVC poles
Drill & 1/4" drill bit
Two 20" sections of ribbon or twine for the door ties (optional)
One 24" section of rope, twine, or ribbon to connect the PVC pipes at the top of the tee pee
Five PVC pipes that are 3/4" wide and 5' long.
Five 3/4" rubber stoppers or crutch tips (optional)

by Bunny Lane Designs
on May 30th, 2014

Makes a great spacious tent, really easy to make, didn't quite do it all on my own, I had to have my husband drill the holes for me, but it turned out super cute and instructions were easy enough to follow

by Philley, Beth
on December 10th, 2012

My son loves playing in this!

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