Copy onto every rafter.
Choose one size only from Box A or Box B or Box C.
You will also see the most popular sizes on a bar chart.
"All people have the instinct to decorate their surroundings.
But decorations and ornaments will only work when
they are properly made".
Christopher Alexander - Architect
may have spent hours making your own pergola.
Don't spoil it with too plain a finish to the rafter tails - the one place that can make a world of difference. "The icing on the cake!"
Your rafter tail template arrives on several pages depending on its size. Print it...
... cut it out and place the parts side by side to get the complete classical shape.
Pergola Rafter Tails Template
Paste the finished shape onto a slightly larger size piece of plywood or card.
Use a jig saw to carefully cut around
Once you have cut out the template...
...transfer this classical shape onto each of your rafters.
This will keep your rafter tails in a neat line.
Now carefully cut along the shape using a jig saw. Don't forget to sandpaper the cut edges. First use a course sandpaper followed by a finer sandpaper for the best effect.
Please come back and share...
Thank you so much for the rafter tail template. I can't wait to install it on my pergola and I know it will add that magic touch.
Greg Augusta, Georgia US
Thanks.. we tried to make our own but are not skilled..so printed off yours.. and we are good to go.. thanks again.
June Windsor Canada
received the rafter tail templates and am very pleased. Having a template for the end piece is the icing on the cake.... With Much Thanks,
I received the template. Thank you very much. This will make a basic pergola have some class!
Thank you very much for your excellent drawing!
Planning ahead for pergolas in future gardens of our soon to be built custom house designed by my architect husband; thanks.
So excited to get this thanks!!
Thanks for your help!! Much appreciated for sharing.
You are my hero! You wouldn't believe how difficult it was to find something
like this online.
P&E VA USA.
I found some cool ideas which inspired me...one of my first outdoor structures.
Denny New Orleans Louisiana USA.
I got it! Thank you SO much. I cannot tell you how grateful I am.
S.M N.C. USA.