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This Instructable is about how to make your own tobacco pipes at home. I didn't want to spend a lot of money for a tobacco pipe, so I decided to make ...
What you will need to make your own tobacco pipe: - 1 Block of Bruyere wood - 1 ferule - different kind of grater - a saw - pencil - a drill with dif...
First of all you have to have an idea of how the tobacco pipe should look like. Draw them on a paper and select the one you prefer.
Cut a piece of wood of the size you are going to need for your pipe design. Draw the top of the pipe's inner circle and an outer one; these will mark...
Now we have to drill the holes for the tobacco and the mouth piece. As you can see in the picture you have to measure out how deep you have to drill ...
Now work out the rounding's. It's beginning to look more and more like a real pipe.
Using your sandpaper sand the pipe until you are satisfied with it.
Put it all together and make little corrections. The pipe isn't ready to be used yet. You have to seal and polish the wood still. However I still need...
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