I use to pull some thistle from the woods to check the wind; with this in mind, I decided to make a holder. A holder that will keep the thistle dry and handy. It is nice to have some thistle available any time of the year.

You only need a few thistles down (aka fluff)  to find the wind direction and speed for kite flying, archery, fly-fishing. Just pull it out of holder, throw it up, and watch the direction it floats and rate at which it flies away. Cattail and milkweed seeds can also be used

Step 1: Get started

I started with some used ½ copper water pipe (other sizes could be used). Start with a piece greater than 2 inches.

<p>Great idea! I'm gonna use some of these for sure. </p>
I&rsquo;m hoping to get more thistle this summer.<br>Thank you for the nice comment.<br>
No. Thank you for the good idea.<br>
I could use one of these! I like it! I voted for it too. Good luck!
I peeked at your instructables, wow. Thank you for your thoughts
Have you ever thought of selling these?
No, I have not. I am not sure how to go about selling things.
p.s. cool way to add a bit of bling using the punches etc
<br>Thank you, I have always liked the little details in the older hand made things; so I try to add something to my projects. ,
damn... som1 beat me to it with the kindling idea.
Thank you for your comment and taking the time to look at my insturctable
It could also double as fire kindling.
Great idea this is why I enjoy instructables so much. Thanks

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