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wind spinner patterns

Posted by parker806 (parkervicki2000@yahoo.com) on
Tue, Feb 12, 08 at 9:15

does anyone have patterns for the old time wind spinners made out of pvc pipe or wood? the are like a square shape but when they rotate in the wind they look like they are different shapes. sorry, if i am not explaining it correctly. thanks for your help.


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RE: wind spinner patterns

Check out the Garden Junk forum on Garden Web. I think there are some spinners in the FAQ section. You could also ask over there for other ideas.

Here is a link that might be useful: Garden Junk


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RE: wind spinner patterns

Is this what you are looking for???

Here is a link that might be useful: wind spinners


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RE: wind spinner patterns

that is it pattico. i was wondering if anyone had the pattern and was willing to share it with me. i will have to purchase the plans to make one. i love these, thanks


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RE: wind spinner patterns

I have one of the windspinners made from plastic piping and have some measurements on my website. Have a look and you might just be able to make one without buying the pattern.

Here is a link that might be useful: wind spinners


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RE: wind spinner patterns

The wind twirler you were asking me about is at this website, scroll down for the pattern.

Here is a link that might be useful: double wind twirler


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RE: wind spinner patterns

Glad the pattern link helped you.
You also asked me about hens & chicks, I don't have red ones, sorry. Trading plants wouldn't work as I live in Canada and can't send things like that across the border.


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