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    Lattice

    I saw this at an elaborate Japanese garden. Will attempt. Confusing to draw, but there is only one part.

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    Very nice, but it wouldn't work by me. The rabbits would get right through it.

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    I think I once had a book of lattice designs. Sure they are still available. If you use google , specify the European stuff !

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Ziebron View Post
    Very nice, but it wouldn't work by me. The rabbits would get right through it.
    That's what we actually like about the lattice installed around the base of our three season porch...the House Bunny can be safe from the pooch...

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    Cameron, that's a very interesting lattice design and I look forward to you continuing this thread with the results you get.
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    How will you fasten the joints? It will last longer if you finish before assembling. Glue might fail in the weather. Not much bite for screws. Clinched nails would be fun.

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    1st pass. Material from a furniture piece that I dismantled (monkeypod?). Tight fit joints, no glue. Some pieces broke. Formula is L=17xW.


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    Maybe a round frame.

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    Might work...

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    Step #?...

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    Getting there, wherever that is...

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    Finished. One coat Tung oil.

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    I like it, nice accent/feature for your lattice.

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    That looks really good.
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