Created by: Bill Thorness
Project

Build Your Own Cloches

What type of item is this? Functional How would you describe the style of your project? Eco-Friendly What are you most proud of? The wood slats on the ends are cut in half so you can raise one side of the cloche at a time for venting or working under it. What advice would you give someone starting this project? See if you can borrow a conduit bender from a "tool library" or an electrician friend. Practice bending conduit until you can repeat the bends to make consistent shapes.

You Can Make This

Bill Thorness made Build Your Own Cloches with:

The Extended Harvest

Online Class

The Extended Harvest

with Bill Thorness

  • galvanized conduit - 1"; plastic sheeting - 6 mil; wood lath - 1/4" x 4'; galvanized screws to attach the wood lath.

Project Description

What type of item is this? Functional How would you describe the style of your project? Eco-Friendly What are you most proud of? The wood slats on the ends are cut in half so you can raise one side of the cloche at a time for venting or working under it. What advice would you give someone starting this project? See if you can borrow a conduit bender from a "tool library" or an electrician friend. Practice bending conduit until you can repeat the bends to make consistent shapes.

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