|A fair range|
- Slice the scrub into regular sections, these were 25mm wide and a 100mm long. For taller hedgerow you may want to cut it a little wider; 30-35mm.
- Apply Evostick or hot glue to one half of one side of scrub strip, fold over to create a double thickness section with a rounded top. place a book or similar on top to hold in place whilst this dries. Repeat for all sections.
- Cut out sections of wood for bases. Draw layout of hedgerows on boards. You may want to ensure fields contain enough space for your favoured units in the design process.
- Skim the whole base with a universal DIY filler, using a a scrap of strong card. Into this surface scrape clean the line for the hedgerow, leaving the gaps for gateways untouched. You can also scrape in indications of ploughing as I have.
- Once that dries (probably overnight), fix the hedges in place with a hot glue gun. If you wish you can add gateposts or bits of fencing with scraps of wood. The hedge will be flexible enough to form corners readily. Trim any rogue strands away at this stage.
|15mm Austrians for scale|