Materials: one length of half-inch plastic pipe (available at hardware stores), a plastic ware lid, colored string or embroidery floss, two craft sticks (optional horizontal braces), glue (for plastic), beads (for optional embellishment) Tools: small saw and/or knife, marker, sturdy scissors
C 6 1/16 “
D 5 3/8 “
E 4 ¾ “
G 3 15/16 “
A 3 7/16 “
C' 3 1/32 “
Place pipes in order, left to right, lowest to highest. You may choose to use two crafts sticks, one on each side, to stabilize the pipes. (On this particular flute, I simply wove the string very tight.) Weave and or wind colored string or embroidery floss between and around pipes (and craft sticks, if applicable) to hold them together. Sealing knots with a dab of glue is a good idea. Add tassels made from your string/floss and beads or charms if desired.
You have a playable and to-be-proud-of panpipe!