It's hard not to notice that this website sells kite-making e-books. But what are they like? Find out by having a look at this free one.
This e-book provides step-by-step instructions for making three very simple but highly effective light-wind kite designs.
Once you have the very basic materials together, you can be ready to fly in minutes!
For flying line, the best results will be obtained with 20-pound Nylon or Dacron line from a kite-shop. Otherwise, cheap acrylic knitting yarn from your local shops or supermarkets will get your kite in the air.
Here's some comments from readers...
"Thanks for the VERY nice instruction book - your Simplest Dowel Kites PDF. Really clear and easy to follow. My wife and I have a Cub Scout pack and we've been looking for something to have them build. I think they'll love this!"
- Andy P. (NY, USA)
"I've now got your free E-book. I'm very pleased with it. Kites of all kind interest me. I always making kites of plastic and dowels."
- Johannes O. (Denmark)
What? Emails? Yes, after you get the e-book, you will be
receiving some emails. But as you will see, I have arranged things so
the info delivered should be interesting and useful to you. And if
you're not too sure about that, just see the testimonials down near the
bottom of this page!
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You are a very occasional flier. Sometimes with the kids, maybe never with any kids. You just like to fly a kite once in a while!
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You have at least one child. And your kite-flying is all about the kid(s). This series even discusses ways to involve the kids while you are doing the flying!
Sign up below for things to do, that you might never have thought of. Plus plenty of helpful hints...
You like fiddling with stuff. Making things, taking them apart.
Gadgets maybe. Experimenting. Boy, there's a few things that can be done
using a simple single-line kite!
Sign up below, to discover a bunch of fun things to do - where the kite is just part of the experience...
You've done a bit of kite flying. Maybe a lot of flying, sitting back and watching the kite from time to time. But there's a lot that can be done with a single-liner. Stuff that tests your skill.
Sign up below, if you're curious! Get a whole lot more out of handling your single-line kite...
So, what do other people think of these e-mails? Here's several comments from subscribers, un-edited...
"Just wanted to say excellent series of emails! And I absolutely LOVED the ideas presented here! Can't wait to try some of them! Thank you so much for such incredible info!"
- Bart H. (USA)
"I found the series most interesting. One tends to think that throwing a kite into the air is kid's stuff and anyone can do it, but there is always more to learn from other people's experience."
- David S. (Australia)
"I have been making and flying kites for nearly 40 years now and I am very impressed with the quality of your publications. I already receive your kite tips which contain a lot of good advice both to veterans like me and novices.
Thank you and keep up the good work."
- Dave N. (U.K.)
"Thank you very much for all the Great Info. you send. Thanks to you we have had much better results flying our kites. Good Luck in the Future and keep-em flying High."
- Wayne F. (USA)