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I'm currently paneling the inside of my woodworking shed and trying to figure out hoe to best fit the paneling on the ends of my shed. The roof is of the barn type, so I'll be trying to get the correct angles at each point. Do I need to make some kind of template out of paper and doing it in sections or what, and how can I do this w/o damaging the paper while removing from the wall. Any of you gurus' out there have any suggestions?
 

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Templates would be the way to go. The brown rolls of paper would be my choice. Rip off a piece the length you want, tape it to the wall vertically, keep adding strips as need. trim it if needed to get the angle along the roof line. You may have to overlap a lot. Or tape it to the wall horizontally. tape it together for the roof angle.

Is that as clear as mud?
 
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