DO IT YOURSELF: An American Indian teepee for your kid’s room.
It’s so easy!
• 6 bamboo sticks. (3.2 ft)
• Fabric. (78.74”)
• Tape measure.
An American Indian teepee for your kids is easy to make:
Put the bamboo sticks and tied them up with the ropes. Then, use the rest of the bamboo sticks and secure them with more rope.
Tie the base of the American Indian teepee leaving a 17.71” space between each stick. All of that in order to make it steady enough for your kids to be safe.
Then, cut the fabric following the patterns shown in the picture. To cut both corners at the same time, fold the paper in half. This way, you will get a 1 x 1 inches square. Follow the instructions in the picture and measure the 28.74" sideways. Finally, get the 0.14" diagonal measurement.
Draw linear guides over the fabric and start cutting it.
Then, over the 6 corners, you have to hang the bamboo sticks. If you sew a piece of fabric in every corner, it will help you hold each one of them.
Cut the upper part in a semi-circularway and place it over the structure, getting the stick inside the part you’ve sewn before. After that, place the pieces of fabric on the corners, on the upper part of the teepee by covering the ropes and the front.
Finally, you can cover the base of the American Indian teepee with a comfy carpet for your kids. They can create a magical story! Use lights in the interior and let the game on through the night.