Jump to content
IMG-2237.JPG
 

IMG-2237.JPG


Beulah
 Share


Finally started my Glenwood.  

  • Like 1

From the album:

The Glenwood

  • 38 images
  • 0 comments
  • 102 image comments

Photo Information for IMG-2237.JPG

Taken with Apple iPhone 7 Plus

  • 4 mm
  • 1/15
  • f f/1.8
  • ISO 50
View all photo EXIF information
 Share


Recommended Comments

OMG the instructions for this kit are terrible.  Usually RGT shows each piece and what it is.  Not this one, and now I think I have glued and nailed something wrong. :(  What the heck is the fillstrip, what I put on, just won't work aughhh 

 

Link to comment

Sorry you are having trouble with your kit Joanne, but I'm glad to see another kit getting built. I can't help with your issues as I've never build an RGT but I'm sure someone else will have and will have suggestions. Maybe start a topic?

Link to comment

I honestly don't think I've ever built a kit (of any brand) that I haven't wanted to, at some point, strangle the person who wrote the instructions. 

  • Like 1
Link to comment
On 10/15/2017, 12:45:23, Mid-life madness said:

Contact RGT if you can't get it sorted out. It's weird they didn't have a parts list.

They gave me the list but usually they show you pictures of what each part is, not this big one. Like what  is a fillstrip if you have never done a house with one.  

 

Link to comment

@Beulah

Oh Joann, please don't get discouraged. Take a break, and do something less frustrating, but creative. Maybe a roombox? Practice the electrical on it

For me, when I see other peoples work, it looks so easy, but it has to be challenging for them as well. I only started in January, and I have a TON to learn. I have done some really wonky things!!! Usually the hard things in life are the things worth doing.

(((HUGS))))

I found this video. Maybe contact this guy or someone else who has built the house.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euGEb53Tb8g

  • Like 1
Link to comment

Thank you Carrie, I have watched this man's video about 10 times, he is my only salvation for this house.  I have snapped so many photos as the video moves along also.  Thank you for the hug, it is much needed today :)

Link to comment

So... are things going better for you now and did you figure out what the 'fill strip' is?  I've had to stop and just walk away a few times myself.  What you do NOT want is to have the joy escape you.  And so much of that joy is in the construction (once it gets back on track). Please share more photos when you can.   

  • Like 1
Link to comment

Pat, it is going better thank you for asking.  Yes the filmstrip was a strip of wood.  (I ended up gluing and nailing to the wrong wall of course). Hauled my poor husband into the craft room to help me repaired that.  I took a break first though and did the roof and dormer.  Yesterday I did the wood for the porch and gazebo floors.  I still have not totally tackled the gable, but I'm working around it lol.  I did post a couple of photos yesterday.  

Link to comment

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Add a comment...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...