Silverware Wind Chimes


Silverware Wind Chimes by Tricia Fendt

My husband made wonderful silverware wind chimes for me years ago. He used a 7-inch square of wood, several spoons, forks and five knives. The knives were used in the center and the four corners. He drilled holes in the silver and the board. He then painted the board. He used three strands of very strong fishing line to hang them at different lengths, and heavy cord to hang the wood base. It made a wonderful sound. He is now making one out of power saw blades.

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Gotta agree with the other posts/comments. Could we get you to post a picture or two for those of us that are visual learners.


I'm a visual person so a picture would be of great help!

mickey2 9838587

How about at least 1 pic. Not happy with this one.

carolarneson 5418864

I, too, was very disappointed at not having pics.


I agree with paulaQuilt, I thought I would get instructions and pics. very disappointed.


A very clever idea which I am going to copy for my yard!! Thanks!

uribedaniella 7732381

I made windchimes with silverware, only I used a whisk as the holder. You cut the center of the wires, bend the ends into loops and hang whatever you want from the loops you've made. I've also used old chimes, bottle openers, sea shells, small tools, beads/stones, all kinds of things. Old chains work good for attaching the items to the loops, and make the windchime stronger. There are ways of hanging something down the middle if you are a little creative.


What a disappointment! I expected to be able to see pictures of this windchime. I, too, make wind chimes from silverware and watned to see how her differed from mine. PHoover

PaulaQuilt 1944435

Picture pleases


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