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Traditional Sash Window Making Workshop

Workshop held at Sanborn Mills Farm in Loudon, N.H.

People have always sought to light and air into a house.  The earliest openings were covered in animal skin and translucent stone. Until the advent of large glass manufacturing, windows were made with small panes of glass set into a framework – generally called sash windows.  Though many windows for homes are now double layers of glass, single-paned sash windows are still needed for all kinds of structures

In this workshop, students will make a 4-paned sash window using traditional hand tools.

 If you are traveling from afar and would like to learn about housing at Sanborn Mills Farm, click here . 

 If you decide you would like to stay at the farm after registering, please contact the office at 603-435-7314 weekdays between 9 am and 3 pm to check on availability.

Earlier Event: September 13
Introduction to Woodworking Hand Tools
Later Event: October 1
Seven to Save Announcement