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Leave your bulbs to dry out thoroughly before you string them, by laying them out and leaving them in the sun for a few days. If it's raining, lay them on trays in a warm, dry place, such as a shed or conservatory. Choose the best quality bulbs to store - any that are damp and moist should be eaten straight away as they won't store well and will be prone to mould and mildew.
1Knot one end of the cord back onto itself to
make a sliding noose. Then tie the other end
onto a strong hook or wooden beam.
2Wind the tops of three or four onions through
the noose to create a 'pendulum' at the
bottom of the cord.
3Wrap the tops of each of the remaining onions around the cord, then slide them down onto the pendulum.
As the onions stack up, their weight tightens the noose at the bottom and pinches the onions in place.
16/10/2012 at 14:41
I need instructions on how to tie a noose?
The rest of the instructions are straight forward.
18/10/2012 at 07:31
Here you are http://www.animatedknots.com/noose/index.php?Categ=basics&LogoImage=LogoGrog.jpg&Website=www.animatedknots.com