photo courtesy of S. Licht, architectA unique project has come my way. I was asked back in December if I would like to build some sash for a project in southwest Iowa. The structure is a ferry building that was a part of the Underground Railroad network. The date that the building was constructed was 1850.
We finalized the paperwork in April and I got started right away.
A couple of challenges that I faced were making a sash plane, and working with a material that I rarely work with (Southern Yellow Pine). I'll dedicate future posts to the making of the sash plane as well as the journey of the sashes from their first stages to their installation in Iowa.