The pavilion is about 8'10" in diameter at the shoulder, and the walls and roof are each composed of 20 panels, about 16" wide from center of seam to center of seam at the shoulder. Loops on the roof and toggles on the wall are sewn at every seam and halfway between them. The doors close with toggles rather than ties, which seems to be a more convenient alternative. The hoop is composed of eight segments, with each join a skarf joint between two steel bands.
Fabric loops at the bottom of the wall for stakes seems to have been a design that came in with the sewing machine. This pavilion ties the wall to stakes with cords: this approach is often seen in medieval art, and allows a more flexible response to uneven ground.
The roof panels are cut with one edge on the warp and the bias edge cut with a slight concave curve.
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