best fixing for shiplap cladding

Hi, big all
did you make your window, looks likes it's fixed and not an opener.

For my windows I plan to use some sealed glass units (got em for free) that are from a dg window. What would be the best way to go around the edges and old the glass in. I figure it should be hardwood, but which of the many profiles is best? the quadrant type, or the 'sloping wedge' type.
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yes the window is one of six and as it happens built to the size of a bit of glass i had kicking about
every wall has an opener to allow air to flow from whatever direction

the windows are simply made as i plan to d/glaze when funds permit
basicly 4"chamf skirting with capilery groove and lined 3"treated timber and a batton planted on to the frame 20mm back to form a rebate for the glass

here is a boring thread about my shed via screwfix :oops: :oops: ;)

and the boring pictures that i think most people have got thorouly bored with but i dont think youve seen :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: sorry to any body if youve seen them before
click on the first image for slide show whatever that is :rolleyes:
or any other to see large immage

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i have a cool box and a kettle :D ;)

but find the walk to the house can clear the lungs of the dust that hangs around

impressed with your kitchen cabinet by the way ;)
although i would go for no8 or 10 x1 3/4" metric 4.5 or 5x 45mm or 50mm;)

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