The life of a class traitor and peripatetic scouser.
Thank goodness?Come on, I'm sure you will be looking for the next project as soon as this is done!It looks great btw.
That looks so pretty over the brick
Enightened finial and barge design there Thud!Love it!(Also love the little pigs, which I saw on some houses my grandfather built years ago, and I can't find the blasted photos...)!
Perfect stonework underneath perfect woodwork, is there no end to Squire Thud's talents? I am very impressed by the four blocks made up of the Mondrian-like patchwork of smaller blocks - is there a practical reason reason apart from aethetics and virtuosity with a chisel why that was done?
Brian, besides the reasons you mentioned it was a case back in ye olde days of waste not want not and so a proportion of a build was made up from offcuts.
It looks good at the moment. We have had to change our woodwork from white to black to stop birds nesting on it.
I like the little sub-squares, the blocks made of smaller multiples of brick/stone. Neat patterning.
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