You will need a cane or reeds quite dry and intact. Stem length should be about 30 cm, and its diameter is 1 cm, Prepare the tools – hacksaw, files, sandpaper, a wood burner, superglue and a sharp knife. Also, pick up a piece of durable wood for the manufacture of whistle flute.
From the tube, saw off the rough edges and sand them with sandpaper. Then with a knife or a metal rod, remove the internal partitions of the stem.
Wrap stick a strip of sandpaper and insert the wand into the channel of the future flute, clean it. Before handling a pipe on, tightly wrap the edges of the reed or cane stem strong thread so the material is not cracked.
Measure from the edge of the flute 2 cm and with a pencil draw a rectangular contour of the hole for the whistle of a width of 0.7 cm and a length of 0.5 cm. Carefully saw out the hole. Then finish with a needle file whistle whistle, giving his corner a right angle. The whistle should be at an angle of 45 degrees.
From separately harvested piece of wood fabricated the insert into the whistle, the appropriate size of the diameter of the inner channel of the flute. Insertion length should be such that the piece of wood started at the outer hole of the flute and ended right in front of the rectangular hole of the whistle. Insert the piece of wood inside, brushing it super-glue, and cutting the excess, and then wait until dry.
Turn on the tuner and blow the whistle to determine the tone. After determining the tone take the tool to burn the wood and burn a small hole where you plan to place the first hole of the flute.
Expand the hole, checking it with the tuner in the diatonic major system. When the hole was wide enough to build, go to the formation of the next hole. If when you first set up the tone of the flute was consistent with the "Re" note, first, the near-to-whistle, the hole will correspond to the note "Mi" and the next hole, the notes "f-sharp", "Salt", "La", "b", "C sharp" and "Re".
The back of the flute make another small hole. Making a complete set-up all holes, again sand the inner channel with sandpaper wrapped around a stick.