And so, upon finding this, I proceeded to cut out a brand new set of fronts, deciding that I could still use the supporting structure and not have to start completely from scratch.
|All apertures now cut out - let the scribing begin! (please excuse masking tape used to hold it all together for the purposes of photography.|
So, now having cut out ALL the window and door apertures, not only from the part of the structure I'd already done, but also the two wings at either end, my scalpel finger is very sore, but it was a lot easier and quicker than cutting through the extra 1mm.
|Higher view shows scope of new building - it's now 550mm wide. The steps are missing, being sat on the kitchen shelf at the moment|
It's a good job I hadn't got too far with the scribing on the main fascia, otherwise starting all over would have been a complete disaster. As it was, this has only been the work of a few hours.
Oh the roof is going to be so much fun!