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Are you using the whip maker cord throughout the build, or just on the overlay?BTW, excellent inst. Never seen a 5 belly before. That's why I ask 'cause 55o would be really heavy throughout.
I made 2 of these for my out-building that seemed to attract a lot of carpenter bees. Works great!
I love the distressed look you had going at the beginning. The color varies a bit more in that section. Great idea for a plain concrete wall. Looks like you put a cap on the wall too. What's that made of?
I'm a little confused, you said the blanks are 1X3 in. Yet in step 3 you say to drill a hole 21X 64, 3 1/4 in. deep. Wouldn't that be through the handle lengthwisw, or am I just reading this wrong?
click on ferrocerium rods in the materials list and it sends you to ordering site.
You sound like a dedicated Dad, your children are very lucky. You've created something that is beautiful and the many memories your children will take with them for the rest of their lives will be shared with there children. Well done.
Would it be possible to mount it on a plywood backing and then add legs for use as a head board? The plywood backing might make it easier for piecing it together.
Is the pickle juice sweet or dill? Also, If using red potatoes, can I leave the skin on?
Sorry meant that to be a question: Can you use bread machine yeast instead?
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Excellent instructable and example of your creative imagination at work!Keep it up
Your son is very lucky to have a wood working teacher for a Dad. You'll be very valuable to him as he grows. Nice job.
Really cool project. Tip: raise your camera a little next time. You were out of frame with your work a lot.
Loved this. Very imaginative! Definitely gets my vote.
You should check out Nick's whip shop on you tube if you like making stuff. I've made several paracord snake and bull whips and they are great fun. My boys have each requested one for Christmas. Heck of a project for winter when it's just too cold to go out.
Um if you already have an axe...?