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 Covering a ceiling with tablecloths 2017-02-24 From DEANNA:I am trying to cover a 16 x 31 foot ceiling with tablecloths. For sale, are 90 x 132 inch tablecloths for \$4.97 a piece and 60 x 102 inch tablecloths for \$3.85 a piece. Which would be my cheapest option to cover the entire space?Answered by Penny Nom. Covering the ceiling of a garage 2017-02-20 From DeAnna:I am trying to drape a 15 x 30 garage with yards of fabric. If the yard of fabric is 60 inches wide, would 10 1/4 yards be enough for my space?Answered by Penny Nom. A column and a sloped ceiling 2011-06-10 From Tom:Hi! I am a woodworker who needs some help finding a formula. I have to make a cylinder shape column that butts up against a sloped ceiling using bending plywood. I need to figure out how to cut the shape on this flat piece of material. The diameter of the column is 54.375". The tallest point is 9 13/16" and the shortest point is 4 7/16". Any help would be greatly appreciated.Answered by Harley Weston. Ceiling 2002-09-22 From Joe:Does the ceiling of a number mean the ceiling of 1.3 is 2 and the ceiling of 1.5 is 2 and the ceiling of 1.8 is 2. Or the ceiling of 1.3 is 1.5?Answered by Penny Nom.

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