My summer project is building a garden shed.
The plans for the structure show a stock 18" half round, with a 36" base window above the doorway. All the suppliers in my area want between $130-200 for this window.
I was thumbing through popular mechanics, and saw plans on a archway. The archway is kind of similar in curvature, am I naive to think that I can use this article as a guideline, and attempt to craft the half round window? And does anyone have any tips or is the cost/savings there to justify going this route. The window doesn't have to be perfect. I'm just trying to make it water-tight, and allow some sun-light to get inside. Thanks, any tips appreciated. SC Jim
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