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Here’s a great little kite string winder . . . sure to generate some high-flying profits at those upcoming Spring shows and craft fairs

Step 1: Start by turning a series of large, 3-1/2-inch diameter dowels for the spool centers on your lathe.  You’ll want each finished dowel to be 3-1/2-inches long, so we suggest that you turn six or seven dowels at once from a 27-inch” or 28-inch long blank, then cut them apart.

Step 2: Next, lay each spool center on your drill press and bore a 1-inch diameter hole through their centers for the axles.

Step 3: Make two 6-1/2-inch diameter x 1/4-inch thick spool sides for each winder.  Drill a 1-inch diameter hole in the center of each and attach to the sides of your spool center with glue and some small brads.

Step 4: Cut out the two sides and top.

Step 5: Drill the 1-inch dimete. axle holes and 1/4-inch diameter locking pin hole in the sides.

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