Step 3: Drill The Holes

Next you will want to drill the holes for the dowel rods.
1. Mark your arches with a pencil where you would like your rods. (Mine are 15" apart and 1/2 in from the edge.)
2. Drill with a 1/2 inch bit
3. Fill any chips or gaps in with wood filler.
4. Once filler is dried sand your edges smooth all around.
Don't quite understand how to see fabric. Are the loops sewed separate and then sewed to the long piece
<p>No, it's created with the long piece. Imagine a long ribbon that you want to make a bow with. You would pull up a loop of the ribbon by folding it back onto itself. You just close the loop at the base by sewing a seem across the width. I hope that helps. For measurements use the drawn illustration on that step. </p>
<p>So cute, you should enter it in the Rainbow Contest! https://www.instructables.com/contest/rainbow2015/</p>
<p>What's the cloud made from?</p>
<p>I sewed the cloud out of fleece &amp; then filled it with the styrofoam bean bag pellets.</p>
<p>okay thanks</p>
WONDERFUL! I adored &quot;Reading Rainbow&quot; so this is definitely a project I'm going to try. Love it!
I hope you don't mind me adding this instructable in one of mine...check it out....if you do mind let me know and i'll remove it immediately. thanks <br> <br>https://www.instructables.com/id/Mini-Stackable-Toy-Boxes-Rainbow-Themed/
YAY !!!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!!<br>
This would be great in my daughters room along with the rainbow clock and bulletin board! :-)<br>Check out my instructable if your children would love it too :-)
Very cool! It's great how rainbows make everything a little more cheerful!
This is super cool. I like the cloth shelves. They're an ingeniously simple idea.
I have very little wood working skills, so I had to keep it simply enough that I could do it. :)
I guess that's part of what this site is about right? Sharing different ways of doing things and opening people up to the idea that there may be multiple ways to the get to the same end result. Just because you don't have a lot of woodworking skills doesn't mean you can't make things that are really fun and creative.
Thanks everyone, but I can't take all the credit it really did come from the mind of my 5 year old!
My grandaughter would love this. When can you build me one ;-)
Follow my instructable I'm sure she would love one from Grandma and it's really pretty easy!
REALLY cute!
I was totally reminded of this;<br><br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGuJDfJSUec<br>
Awesome! I would love to read on a cloud! And read from a rainbow :)
This is fan-freaking-tastic! My kids need one of those. It looks so organized and fun. Great job.

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