God spends twelve verses describing the curtains he wants for the walls of the tent. Because they still weren't living in permanent structures. He's exactly like me at twelve, because he wants them made with blue and purple and scarlet (v.1). They have to make the roof out of dyed badger skins.
Then there are 18 verses about the tent poles, which can be made out of wood, but then have to be painted gold. God has the decorating sense of Rainbow Brite. Finally, there are instructions to make a separate room for the ark, plus all the other stuff he told them about in the preceding chapter, the candlestick, table and bread.