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Thanks Rachel, and noted. I did have a whip with white in it planned, but not for anyone in particular, haha, a little scared of touching white, lol.

Practice does not actually make perfect; Perfect practice makes perfect.

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Nice work, Andrew.

Why did she fall? Her mass distorted space-time to produce the effect we know as gravity...

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Really nice work!

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Yes, very nice indeed. Far ahead of where I was for my third whip!

Think for yourself, act for everyone.

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That looks super, Andrew!

'Less is often more!'

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6' Bullwhip, TT core, TT fall using what I think is Rachel's method, the images were broken, but her words I think I understood. 16 plait overlay. Overlay and bellies plaited from tip, and from hook.

It cracks a treat smile

http://i.imgur.com/Ay27epFl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/oMPIXR9l.jpg

Practice does not actually make perfect; Perfect practice makes perfect.

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I do like those blues together. I've done an 11' Bull in very similar colours. 

That looks very nice there, Andrew. I am still to try reverse plaiting or from the hook.

Think for yourself, act for everyone.

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Thank you Sir Roger. I think I prefer from the hook, now I'm starting to get the swing of it.

Practice does not actually make perfect; Perfect practice makes perfect.

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Very nice, Andrew, good work indeed. I had to try my hand at longer whips as well but to be honest, I don't think they are worth the effort. Of course, I'm getting a bit long in the tooth and have arthritis in shoulders and wrists and the longer whips are just too heavy for me to use comfortably. Lots of folks really like them though. They are fun for a few cracks, though, and watching them roll on and on and on until it finally cracks is pretty cool, too.

Diagonally parked in a parallel universe.