Geometry lesson: Sewing the roof canvas

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For the roof inside cover we used painters drop cloth.

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30’x28′ rectangle of canvas seen up of four 12’x15′ and two
4’x15′ pieces.

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Cutting out the hole for the skylight and the extra pie slice to be used to finish the edges.

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Jed sews too!

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The final edge…. Sigh 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Geometry lesson: Sewing the roof canvas

  1. Everyone should learn Geometry. Learning it helps develop logic. Match logic, imagination, creativity, humour and compassion together ; then a person becomes well rounded. Entirely humane.
    Of course a manifestation of being well rounded could be a yurt?!

    • Indeed! We thought about buying one but the sowing experience was good geometry practice and it meant we could customize the size.

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