Beveled WindowsThese little windows are one of the nice architectural features of this dollhouse. Little beveled jewels, if I can pull them off.
|Geez! How many times have I read through these instructions???|
The instructions make for a tricky process, and after thinking about it, I've decided to modify their assembly by installing the frames directly onto the the outside wall itself, then the jambs and sills to them, to get the correct bevel and have that bevel supported as the glue dries. The instructions have you assemble the windows frames on the table, and then mount them to the wall. Seemed flimsy at best and might make for questionable fitting when installing on the doorwall window openings.
|Painted frames, pre-glued to door wall. Side bevel jambs ready to be fitted and glued.|
|Dowel glued for support of central jambs. Stiles to be fitted in at tops and bottoms.|
|Windows glued up front and inside. Time for filling and sanding and more painting!|
At least I know now I can trim out the inside windows any way I want!
Gosh! When will these windows be done already!!