Wind chime sounds a warning
THE Bureau of Meteorology issues cyclone advice to the public in the form of a Cyclone Watch and Cyclone Warning. Make your own warning system wind chime.
You will need: 1m straight copper piping; pipe cutter; drill; drill with bits; 50cm branch/sturdy stick; fishing line; 5 eye screws
How to create:
Cut the copper tubing into five pieces with the pipe cutter to the lengths: 30cm; 25cm; 20cm; 15cm; 10cm.
Drill through each of the pipes, so that there are two small equal holes on one end of the pipe. Drill the holes about 2cm from the end.
Screw the eye screws, evenly spaced, along the branch/ stick. Tie a 30cm length of fishing line from the circle of each eye screw to the holes in each pipe.
Hang the chime by tying some fishing line to each end of the branch/ stick. Listen for the sounds it makes. The stronger the wind the more noise it makes.