Willow Whistle Tutorial. Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 July 2011 15:45 Written by TheMightyMitch Tuesday, 12 July 2011 15:38 You will need a piece of willow about the size of your thumb, and a sharp knife.
Cut the mouthpiece and a notch in the top, like so. Also cut the bark around the stick a few centimeters back Then tap the bark all over, until you see it start to 'bruise'. this loosens the bark from the wood. You should be able to twist the bark off, be careful it doesn't split though! Carve the notch out about as deep as it can go, and take a little off the top at the mouthpiece for the air to go through. Slide the bark back on and try it out!
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