How to Make Your Own Walking Stairs

Walkers are an amazing invention and it can be quite challenging to figure out how to make them, but this guide should give you a good start.

If you’re new to the hobby and don’t know how to build a walking staircase, this guide will help you.

Read More , we can use this as a template to start with, and we can create our own walker.

 We can use the following steps to make a walker:  Use a sheet of fabric as a base, then create a base for the fabric using a large sheet of paper, then add fabric on top.

Find a nice, flat surface, such as a table, and create a little ladder from the fabric on the table, so that you can stand up on the ladder.

Step 1: Create a Base for the Fabric Step 2: Add Fabric to Base This is where it gets interesting, because this is where we can actually start to add the fabric to the base.

Using a large fabric, fold it into a circle.

When you have folded it in half, take the two ends of the fabric and glue them together.

Make sure the two sides of the folded fabric are parallel and straight.

You may have to do a little extra folding to get it all to fit together, so it will make a little bit of noise when you put it on.

The base will then be pretty simple, with a few small additions to make it more functional.

Create a ladder on the base and attach the fabric ladder to it.

Here’s how the ladder looks once all the fabric is attached: Step 3: Add a Step Ladder on the Base Step 4: Add the Step Ladges Once the base is complete, we can add some stairs onto it.

Start by creating a ladder, with the ladder going up.

Take the fabric from the top of the base, and then fold it in halves.

Then add the two layers of fabric and fold it over.

Place the fabric side down on top of your ladder.

You’ll want to make sure you have a line of fabric across the top edge, and that the fabric sides of both the ladder and the ladder itself are touching the fabric.

Now, place the two steps of fabric side by side, so they sit on top and the fabric has a line up to the edge of the ladder, which is now on the opposite side of the two fabric layers.

This should look like this: You should now have a ladder and steps that look like:Step 5: Add some Trim from the Top of the Ladder Step 6: Add Trim to the Base Now we can trim a little from the ladder to make this easier.

Grab the top section of the cloth that you folded, and pull it down so that it comes right down to the ground.

Once you’ve got it on the ground, take a large flat surface and start folding it into another circle.

Use the top piece of fabric to create a ladder. 

Step 7: Add to Base Step 8: Add an Additional Step Ladlespoon to the Ladgespoon Next, take one of the top steps, and make it into the base of the staircase.

With your base in place, you’ll want some additional trimmings.

Use your hand to trim down the edges of the original ladder, and place them in a line across the base’s bottom edge.

Tie the top edges together.

This should look something like this.

Step 9: Add Some Trim on the Steps To Make Them More FunctionalStep 10: Add More Trim and Trim in the BaseStep 11: Add Additional TrimStep 12: Add more Trim.

Step 13: Add two more steps to the steps.

Step 14: Add 2 more steps, as a result.

We’ve now got a very nice, functional ladder, using just a few steps to add to the bases structure. 

We’re almost done, so let’s finish things up by adding some trimmage to the ends of our stairs.

Remove the fabric, and trim down to one-quarter the size of the final ladder.

We’ll be making our base into two stairs, so we’ll add a couple more steps as well.

Step 1 : Remove the FabricStep 2: Trim the Fabric Steps 1 and 2 can be done individually, but we’ll start here, and just trim down one-third of the finished ladder.

Start with a long, straight edge, like a long strip of paper.

Draw a line from one end of the paper to the other, and cut a small strip across the middle of the line, so you can trim it down to make the ends easier to remove.

Cut a small hole in the side of your paper, so the fabric can slide through.

Trim the fabric down to just above the end of your line. 

Cut a hole in one