Garden Shed Illustrations and Materials List

These illustrations and this materials list are a part of the Garden Shed that appeared in the July/August, 2008 issue of The Family Handyman magazine. (58748)

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This shed is not a beginner project, but if you have built a deck or other small structure, you shouldn't have any trouble constructing this shed.

Figure C: Wall Framing

Figure D: Siding Layout

Figure E: Rafter Pattern

Figure F: Roof Framing

Figure G: Shed Details

Figure H: Shop-made Items

Shed Materials List

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June 08, 12:08 PM [GMT -5]

Handyman ,s downloads ARE a bear to downloads.

Can someone in the know help us ALL!

November 19, 9:35 AM [GMT -5]

How can I get the full article - with "a" and "b" and step by step instructions?

November 18, 8:32 PM [GMT -5]

how to get the plans for the garden shed of the garden shed that appeared in the july august 2008 issue of the family handyman magazine 58748

July 28, 6:02 PM [GMT -5]

I like this shed, but I'm wondering about the foundation. It appears it posts set in concrete. If so how many posts.
thanks Arnie

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