We finish building the roof of the thatched hut and continue progress on making a mini village for my one year old daughter. Using water reed and long straw, we tile the thatch in layers to provide a thick insulating and water proof layer. For the walls, we use a cob mix of clay, sand and straw (an ancient primitive technology that is still used on buildings today). The ratio we used was: 4 parts sand, 1 part clay, 1 part straw (estimates). This we mixed together and moulded it to the hazel stick wall (wattle and daub). Thanks for watching and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on videos!
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By: TA Outdoors
Title: Building a Thatched Hut: Clay Walls | MINI VILLAGE (PART 5)
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