Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Ceramic Bells, stringing them up, by Barbara Dunshee

This video is the FINAL installment of my ceramic bell making lesson. It shows you one way of stringing the bells together. Hope this helps!


NOTES:
-I used 20lb test fishing line for stringing the clapper to the stop. Other strings will do, but you don't want them too stiff.
-I used thin copper wire as a threader for getting the soft ribbon through the holes in bell and stop.
-If the holes are too small for your ribbon, you can use string between the stop and the ribbon and tie the ribbon to the top of the bell (of course it can get a little trickier if the holes are too small for the ribbon to pass through).


4 comments:

CreativewithClay: Charan Sachar said...

Love the sound they make. Cool video!

Graciela Testa Lynt said...

Lovely Barb! They are so so sweet and the sound is so clear!!!

Morrigae said...

great demo. i've really enjoyed your bell making demos. wonder if the same principle can be applied to making a wind chime?

regards

Mudgoddess said...

This is great instruction. I will have to try it. Thanks so much