Step 1: Tools and Objects Needed to Make the Arrow
1.Metre long wooden dowel.
You can find the feathers needed in a carpark or you can buy official feathers from archery stores.(You need three feathers for one arrow.)
Instead of buying thin string something that is even better is the string found underneath the grip on the handle of a cricket bat, which I used in my instructable.
Step 2: Make the Actual Arrow
2.Tear the fluff off one side of the feather and do the same for the other two.
3.Gently squeeze a thin layer of glue all along the bottom of the feather and again do the same for the others and arrange them like this:
Step 3: Making the Actual Arrow
5. Using your tape just cover the bits of string at the beginning and end of the arrow to make sure the string doesn't come loose.
The feathers once finished should look like this:
Step 4: Finishing the Arrow Off
To make a point at the end you could just sharpen it off with your stanleyd knife or buy an arrow head from an archery store.
The finished product should look like this(The arrow head is not included in this instructable) :