How To Making Hammock Chair
Hammock chair are a slight variation in the standard hammock and require a little more thought in construction than a length. While hammock chairs are available in many variants, the basic structure consists of a strong beam of one meter long. Whose hammock chair is suspended at each end. The central beam is then attached to a single anchor, be that a strong tree branch. Hanging chairs can be made at home relatively easily and generally at a lower cost than pre-purchased varieties.
Cut the fabric to the center so that you have two square pieces, 36- with 36-inch. Sew two pieces together on the sewing machine, using a double seam all the way along a seam. Fold the seam over itself and sew additional double roll to ensure the strength of the joint. This is the backrest and the seat. Position six eyelets evenly distributed along both long sides of the Hammock Chair Indoor, the first. Action 2 inches in from the end of the plug piece and drills a whole straight through the diameter. Put two lifting eyes and fasten them with their corresponding nuts. Cut 12 lengths of ropes that are the height that you want your chair to hang plus 3 meters.
Choose ropes that have a work weight capacity higher than the weight of the heaviest person who will use the hammock chair. Tie a very secure knot at the end of each rope, and then pull each rope through a loop on the chair. Measure 24 inches up the next two ropes and tie them. Then measure the last two ropes 18 inches and tie them as well. This gives a simple tilt to your back while keeping it slightly upright; you can adjust the slope to suit your taste. Braid the loose ends of the rope on each side of the plug. Drill a hole for turning the loop in the beam or tree branch where you want to hang the hammock chair. Attach the lifting goggle with its nuts. Tie both ends of braided rope firmly on the swing eyebolt to interrupt your hammock chair in place. Make sure you have a smooth length of braided rope on each side, so that the chair hangs the level.
Tips and warnings
Check the rope and the plug for the working weight, rather than the tensile strength, as this gives a true picture of the load bearing capacity over time. Test the hammock chair with a heavy object before putting it in it, to ensure it will take your weight.