Woodcutter's Cart Title

Wood was the primary fuel of the Middle Ages. All heating, cooking, metal and glass working, and pottery depended on a steady supply of wood or charcoal. (And charcoal is made of wood.) The man who went into the forest and collected wood was a major part of the medieval economy.

The Woodcutter's Cart is an unusual construction because, to make the sides wide enough, I built it upside down! Click the button below for building instructions.

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This project was entered in
The Second International
System Creativity Contest
sponsored by 1000steine
October - December, 2002