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Making & Flying Stunt Kites & One-Liners

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Imagine the excitement of watching something you've built climbing towards the sky, and the thrill of controlling your creation as it swoops, sails, and soars through the air. Anyone can learn to construct and fly bold, electrifying, and super stunt kites. Full-color diagrams help you make a skyful of amazing flyers, including some with flowing tails, domed wings, box structure, and other features. Learn how to choose the right colors and materials for a kite, launch and land it, and more. 80 pages (all in color), 8 1/4 x 10 1/4.

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Making & Flying Stunt Kites & One-Liners out of 5 based on ratings. 266 user reviews
Kite Books Making & Flying Stunt Kites & One-Liners Imagine the excitement of watching something you've built climbing towards the sky, and the thrill of controlling your creation as it swoops, sails, and soars through the air. Anyone can learn to construct and fly bold, electrifying, and super stunt kites. Full-color diagrams help you make a skyful of amazing flyers, including some with flowing tails, domed wings, box structure, and other features. Learn how to choose the right colors and materials for a kite, launch and land it, and more. 80 pages (all in color), 8 1/4 x 10 1/4. $13.95 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51A5GVYW6QL._SL160_.jpg
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2 Responses to “Making & Flying Stunt Kites”

  • Anonymous says:

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    I think this book is great for people who are interested in stunt kites. It is very detailed and has accurate pictures. This book has pretty good tips. It lists one liners and different gadgets that are perfect for the beach.

  • Todd G. Christopher says:

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    This is a great book for anyone interested in learning how to make kites. The only downside to the book is that the stunt kite plans are very dated. Since this book was published in 1996, dual line stunt kites have progressed in aerodynamic design and materials. There are plans for kites on the internet that utilize these new sail shapes and framesets that (in my opinion) would allow a person to make a kite that would provide a more enjoyable flying experience.