Make a Thatched Patio Umbrellas

Oct 15th

Patio umbrellas – Stands under your umbrella in which you would like this permanently mounted. Suitable thatched umbrella frames should consist of a metal pole. Is required to allow these circles surface has a support straw. Pick up a handful of roofing material and press the ends into the ground to level the strands. Fold this in the second largest circle 4 feet (1.21 m) diameter weft umbrella, with the other end resting on the larger circle of the plot. Begin your second layer roofing material straw bending over the next smaller circle of 2 feet (0.60 m) in diameter, with the loose ends hanging over the bundle of straw in the circle of 4 feet (1.21 m), hiding the rope that you secure in place.

Great Patio Umbrellas
Great Patio Umbrellas

Applying straw ends in the same way to the remaining half circle foot (0.15 m) closest to the top of your patio umbrellas. When finished with this step, cut the bottom of a plastic bucket with your knife. Leave about 1 inch (2.54 cm) edge of the bottom. With the tip of your knife make a series of holes 1 inch (2.54 cm) away.

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Place the container mouth down on the tip of the patio umbrellas, and secure it to the top threading wire through the straw and then through the holes made ​​along the rim of the bucket.

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