You will need
(vases with a height of 150 mm);
10 stems with a length of 500 mm and a width of approximately 8 mm for racks;
10 very thin stalks;
two forms (tubes) (figure 1).
Fill out the form to the base of the vase with plasticine (to increase mass). Weave the base in the box of the ten stands and proplatit way "twisting" to the size of the form. Tie the base to form and weave a way of "twisting" side wall. The ends of the fill stems, and the remnants of the crop. The rack will place on the top of the form, gather the ends into a bundle and tightly tie the thread. Place bundles close thin stems (figure 2). Spread the stems as much from the beam as needed to fully closed vial. The remaining stems of the cut — out pillow that will stand the test tube. Whipping a method of "twisting" to the height of the tube. In the upper part of the vase is slightly expanded. Make any edge using a large carpet needle or a special awl for piercing. Insert the tube inside that the vase could pour water to flower.
When weaving such vases it is possible to use the thin ends of the stems, which are usually disposed of.