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Step 1: Getting the branch

Materials:
Saw
Knife
wood burning tool
Sandpaper
stain
screw
clear wire
fallen branch

find a good size branch in the woods or in your backyard that has fallen. Cut to the size you need, with the saw.

Step 2: Cut to size

After you cut the branch to the size you want then you can cut off the other smaller branches on it (but leave a little stud on it, to look more natural). Do not get a branch that is straight you want to make sure that it is curved. And remove the bark with the knife.

Step 4: Sanding

Picture of sanding
use sand paper to sand the cane. use 80 grit and 120 grit.
eyerobot4 years ago
I really like the cane you made, It reminds me of living back in the hills where everything isnt for public approval.

I noticed that you place the handle in an upright position, Rather than installing a horizontal handle.

I was wondering if the cane would still be made to 44 inches length, If you were going to install a horizontal handle, Because your handle is actually a few inches from the top of the cane. 

Im working on a cane made from a Birchwood limb, And one of the branches actually forms a nice handle, So I was curious if the length of it would remain the same when not using a vertical handle.