Garden Cart Woodworking Plan - woodworking update.
A Garden Cart, also known as Goat Carts, were handy 150 years ago for moving farm items about. They carried garden crops across large farms or to market. Today, surviving antiques are in wide demand and cherished as show pieces in homes, on porches, in garden settings often displaying items like produce, pumpkins, watermelons, flowers, old milk cans and pine cones during the holidays. This woodworking plan for intermediate to advanced woodworkers is full of pictures, text and drawings for making a Garden Cart. Build in outdoor woods like Redwood and Cedar or use furniture woods like walnut, cherry and mahogany for a cart in a home setting. Instructions show how to make your own metal hardware. No kits are available. And kids love them to pull around. A completed cart is 38 inches long (not counting the handle).
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