Originally Posted by DivaB
Ok, so the X is the trees, dashes are dynaglide whoopies and the line is a 2mm dogbone, 0 is the biners (I'll have to look up dogbone)
I understand the chair corners are all four 2mm whoopie (dynaglide?) and they are then attached meeting at the top with a biner on each side (the solid line above is part of the chair set up...stays with the chair?)) and you then attach those points to the dashes above.
I think I get this
Do you get me
Wish I knew how to do more of the computer drawling stuff, but oh well.
The 2mm whoopies and dogbone (just a fixed length of cord with a locked brummel on each end) were made with STS-12-75 (similar to dynaglide without the waxy coating). These all attach to the biners directly, as do the whoopies to the trees. (your diagram is correct, but the four corners of the chair attach to the binders labeled O) Perhaps this picture will help make it clear:
This is the left hand side as one is sitting in the chair. The green whoopie goes to the tree. The horizontal white line going to the left of the picture is the dogbone. The white lines angling down are the adjustable loops of two whoopies going to the back and seat.
Originally Posted by BajaHanger
That looks pretty good Diva, and now I want to make one even more. Seems pretty easy, but I may change my mind once I start sewing.
Glad ya like it Baja.