Making a Tubular Wind Chime

Is there a set pattern that must be used when stringing a 5 piece, tubular wind chime?

By Joe from Murrells Inlet, SC

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February 8, 20100 found this helpful

I also have been trying to re-string or make wind chimes. There are several websites with instructions. The types of tubes, placement of hanging holes and where the clapper strikes, make a difference. I even bought a metal headboard at a thrift store and took it apart for the tubing. Haven't completed it yet cause of weather. You can also get round wooden platters at thrift stores to use for top hangers.

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