A glass hurricane - 1 large or perhaps 3 small - some ribbon...
My hurricane is a large 13" x 9" and I used 4 yards. I really needed five because I like to bring the ribbon around and tie it in front, but this is what I had so I made due. Also, I usually prefer using satin ribbon for this type of project (it works the best) but I wanted a little sparkle so I used this gray glitter grosgrain.
Begin by removing your ribbon from the spool, at the middle wrap it around the top of your glass hurricane where you want the design to begin and bring it around to the front.
Cross the ends and twist 180 degrees.
Continue wrapping around to the back-center of the hurricane and do the same.
Continue around to the front and make another twist, then to the back for one more twist. If you have enough ribbon, bring the ends to the front and tie a knot or bow. I like a loose knot.
Again, for mine I didn't have quite enough ribbon so I tied my knot in the back. Trim the ends.
Here is a battery-operated candle I wrapped with satin ribbon for Christmas where I brought the ribbon around to the front so you can see how it looks. You can't wrap ribbon around a wax candle and burn it - it would be a fire hazard!
Here is the back