Privacy is hard to maintain, especially when you have a big family and everyone wants their own space.
Create a PVC room partition in any room or even outdoor area to create a little privacy.
It is ideal to make your own partition because you can customize it according to your own needs and take the shape that best suits your space.
Start by cutting vertical pieces.
1-cut 4 pieces
5 feet inch PVC pipe in length.
Now cut four pieces at a length of 18 inch, which will make up the horizontal part in two smaller parts.
In the middle (Relatively large
, Cut two more pieces at a length of 3 feet per piece.
Finally cut 4 2-
Inch pieces for connecting other connectors.
Put all the parts on the ground the way they will be assembled.
From 4 5-start
Foot tubes, laid vertically, so they are parallel to each other.
Take two now-
Foot tubes and place them horizontally at the top and bottom in the middle so you have two vertical pipes on each side.
Then take four. 18-
Inch pipes, and place them horizontally at the top and bottom of both sides, placing them between the other two vertical pipes. Place the 90-
The angle of degree on the four outer corners.
In the middle of the corner and four 45-
Degree connector and 2-inch pipes.
Starting from the middle part, the partitions are constructed in sections and assembled.
Attach one of these 5-
3-vertical pipe for feet
PVC cement way connector parts.
Make sure to push them together as best they can. Now attach a 3-
Foot horizontal pipe to the other end of the same 3-
Before the glue dries, place the three pieces on a flat surface, make sure they are horizontal, and the last hole faces away from the ground.
You have one now.
The shape of your middle part.
Create another L-
The shape is like this, and then put two L-
Use 3-combine shapes together to form a rectangle
Connector pieces in the way of the remaining two corners.
Make sure the vertical pipes are parallel and all 3-
The way the connector is facing up.
Connect the PVC pipe to 90-each time-
Angle or 3-
Way connector, you need to apply PVC cement on the inside of the connector/angle and on the outside of the pipe, both of which are about 1/2 in length.
After connecting each piece, be sure to wipe off the excess glue with a wet paper towel. Take a 90-
Degree PVC connector and connect it to 18-
Horizontal pipes in inches. Now attach a 5-
Feet pipe vertically to the other side of 90-
Degree piece to the other end of the same vertical pipe.
Then attach 18-
Inch bedroom tube to 90 seconds-degree piece.
Before the glue dries, make sure that the connected pipes are laid flat so that they are all flat.
You just created one of two C-
Create the other side repeatedly using C-shape reversed.
There should be four holes in every corner of your middle part.
Attach 4 2-
Each of these holes has an inch PVC pipe.
Take two now. 45-
Connect the PVC connectors to one side of the middle part to make sure they are facing away from the middle part.
Connect one of the sides to the same 45-before the glue dries-
Do the same thing to connect the other side part to the middle part.
You get three in the end.
Part that can stand up.
When connecting the connector, you can put a waste pipe into the empty end of the connector to better see where the pipe will end once it is glued.
Once the glue is dry on your atrial panel, paint whatever color you like.
Spray a few layers of paint to allow time to dry between the coatings to prevent dripping water.
Be sure to paint in the well-Ventilation area.
Cut the fabric into three pieces, 76 inch in length and 36 inch in width.
The best way is to put the fabric flat and measure the whole length once for each piece of clothing.
Be sure to cut straight.
Once you cut three fabric panels, measure 8 inch from the top of the selvage side, fold and secure the fabric, leaving 1/4-
Seam allowance in inches.
This will be your seam at the top.
Stitch along the pin line and remove the pin while stitching.
All three fabric panels do this.
Now you will place the buttonhole in the top corner and in the middle
Points for all three fabric panels.
Measure 2 inch from the side, measure 1/2 of each corner button from the top, and then measure 1/2 of the center button from the top.
Mark the measurement results with fabric marks.
Set the sewing machine to a buttonhole setting and sew a buttonhole on each mark.
Use the seam ripper to open the buttonhole.
Fold the fabric and align it with the seams you sew.
Measure 2 inch up from the seam and sew the button along the flap so that the button is aligned with the buttonhole.
Cover the top of the fabric panel over the top of each part of the atrial panel and follow the top button.