Easy-to-make decorative kites: step-by-step instructions for 9 models from around the world
Exciting practical guide helps even new kite makers to assemble, test, decorate and fly magnificent, traditional international kite designs. Complete instructions. 100 black-and-white illustrations. 9 in full color on covers.
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The European Diamond Kite
The Oriental Butterfly Kite
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adjust Alexander Graham Bell assembled attach balance bamboo cane banner tail bend best flown bottom bowed spar braces bridle leg bridle points Chinese Yuan circle clove hitch color cotton twine couple of coats dampened twine diameter dihedral angle dowels drawstring edges emery paper England Ghost Kite European Diamond Kite extra fabric fiberglass rods fly your kite flying line frame line Grid for measuring Guatemalan Sun Kite holes hoop hull inks joints Kite Fig kite fighting kite flying kite frame knots lash the spars Lawrence Hargrave lightweight loop main spars margin middle spar needle Place the kite plastic film plywood slip reel rattan sail cover sail-cover sandpaper scale as Fig shape shown in Fig sides sleeve slide smooth Soak spar end split sticky tape strips sure surface Swooper tack three-leg bridle tissue paper tow point tow ring Traditional Chinese two-leg bridle vertical spar wind