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The cutting list
14 pieces of 100mm x 25mm (1×4) Any of the framing wood. @ 400mm (16″) long. The palings and the extended palings form the wishing well wall.
2 pieces of 100mm x 25mm (1×4) lumber @ 1200mm (4ft) long overall, with a 45 degree point at one end. The extended palings continue up from the wall and support the roof.
4 pieces of 100mm x 25mm (1×4) lumber @ 400mm (16″) long, cut back one end at a 45 degree angle.
2 pieces of 100mm x 25mm (1×4) lumber @ 400mm (16″) long, cut back both ends at a 45 degree angle .
6 pieces of 150mm x 25mm (1×6) lumber @ 700mm (28″) long.
1 piece 25mm x 25mm (1×1) lumber @ 1000mm (39″) long. Cut both the spindle and handle from this piece.
2 pieces 100mm x 25mm (1×4) @ 100mm (4″) long with a 35mm (1 3/8″) hole in the center of both pieces. These pieces can be cut from off-cuts and are used as washers on the spindle. They can be left square or rounded.
1 piece 50×25 (1×2) @ 180mm (7″) long with a 35mm (1 3/8″) hole at each end. This piece fits on the spindle and takes the handle. It can be made from off-cuts.
4 wedges 0 to 20mm (0 to 3/4″) thick and 120mm (5″) long. These can be cut from off-cuts and are fixed to the topside ends of the rafters.
4m (13.5ft) of 30mm (1 1/4″) Covered with a protective coating of zinc. strap or similar.
Note: If this strap is not available in your location other options include galvanized water heater restraining strap, or even galvanized wire fixed with appropriate staples.
FYI, palings (in the context of this content) are the upright (Plumb, upright.) members of the wishing well wall.