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Making A Bamboo Wind Chime

I wanted to create a small zen garden next to our deck. It needed something extra, hmmmm, a wind chime! I created a bamboo wind chime to give my garden area a relaxing flare, very simple!
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Total Time: 1 hr.

Yield: 1

Supplies:

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Steps:

  1. My bamboo came in a 4 foot length. I needed a bar piece to sting from. This piece will be approximately 9 inches. 6 holes were drilled into the 9 inch piece from top to bottom, so the needle and wire could be pulled through the holes.
  2. 6 pieces of bamboo were cut to different lengths: 4, 6, and 8 inch lengths.
  3. With your drill, lay down pieces and drill approximately 1 1/2 inches from the top of each one.
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  5. With your large needle threaded and knotted, run thread through your cut pieces, knot leaving enough string in different lengths on each one.
  6. Run your knotted pieces through your 9 inch bar and knot to secure. Repeat.
  7. For a decorative look leather twine was wrapped around the edges and looped for a hanger.
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