Wattle fences, traditionally made from willow, have been in use since medieval times. With posts made of sturdy willow or pine, and smaller, flexible willow or pine suckers or saplings. The wattle is made by weaving thin branches or slats between upright stakes. It may be made as loose panels by slotting between timber framing to make infill panels or even to form the whole wall. this is a great way to make cheap fencing and best of all it is cheap as well,Click the link below to see this article.
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