With the interior pretty much in hand it was time to move on to the windows. Thermo pane glass panels with interior dividers were ordered. The planning for this required a considerable amount of measuring and thinking.
The glass panels would be sandwiched between two layers of cedar. These layers had to be the correct size so as to fit into the cabin window framing. The inside of the layer had to be large enough to keep the glass in the frame. Lastly there needed to be a spacer the thickness of the glass between the two layers. This spacer had to be just the right size to fit the glass on the inside and be flush to the edge of the top and bottom layers to make the sandwich. Also the corner Lapp joints had to be alternated to provide the needed strength. Pocket screws were used to assemble the first layer. Then the spacers were nailed and glued in place. The glass was inserted and then the top layer was screwed on to finish the sandwich.
Mission accomplished ! Two down, with another three panel window and the doors to go. Should be an interesting next couple of days in the workshop and out at the cabin.