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It's very easy and easily simple enough for a teenager. I didn't use any glue, simply catching each new colour of yarn under the previous and then wrapping over, but it could be made simpler by using a little glue to stick the yarn to the bamboo. A 3 or 4 year old might find wrapping the yarn tightly a little fiddly, but could help picking the colours and gluing the ends down. Oh, and adding any extra fun dangly bits like sequins or beads! Hope that helps.
One trick you can use to have them nice and tight,is to use clear nail polish or varnish (a type of crafters glue,drys clear. Apply a small dot when you start to assemble them. I hope this helped, if note comment back and I will try to make a how to soon!! =]