And here it is without the WIP on it so you can see how it all goes together:
Here's a pic of all the pieces (with measurements) I used to make my current favorite stand:
As you can also see from the pic, I used 2 T joints, 4 elbow joints, and 2 caps.
Here's an alternative was to make the legs to make it more sturdy (but it does take up more space):
BTW - that 11.5" piece is there to hold your piece at the preferred angle. If I don't put that extra piece in, the work just hangs straight down. Here's a pic from the back showing how it holds up the frame:
To actually hold the Q-Snap frame to the stand, I used these clamps from Amazon. I used zip ties to hold them to the stand:
I used one really long zip tie and 2 small ones for each clamp. First, I tied the long one around the pipe and tightened it (not all the way). Then I used the 2 small ones to tie the clamp to the long tie - one in front of the hinge and one behind so they can't fall off. Once everything was tied together, I tightened up the ties all the way. I put the clamp in the middle in case I use any of my smaller Q-Snap frames, like my 11" X 11" one.
So there you go. I didn't cement mine together because I like that I can disassemble it to store. If you have any questions, please leave a comment. I hope you like this idea and TFL!