Re: The "Making of" Gallery - Rachel McCollough
Thank you, WS!!!
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Thank you, WS!!!
Wonderful, Rachel! So stylishly simple and elegant!
And thanks to Lonnie for the demo!
Rachel, that's a beautiful whip. Well done!
Mr. Robert, thank you, I will tell him!
Scott, thank you very much!
That is one fine moustache, I mean, whip
I love the glacier blue cracker you put on it, it adds a level of depth to the midnight blue on rust that really brings it together.
Finally stitched the overlay on this whip, I had a snafu that was completely my fault and had to re-cut half of the overlay in saddle tan. Back to work now. I have the cores done for a very cool set of whips coming up very soon that I’m really excited about.
Looking very good Rachel.
I'm looking forward to seeing the finished product.
Rachel, that 'black and tan' job is going to be very stylish indeed!
Rachel, I'm very much looking forward to seeing the finished result of this black & tan whip.
Thank y’all very much, I finally got back to work on this one enough to actually call it progress.
It's looking great Rachel.
Well done Rachel!
Looks good, Rachel.
Aesthetically, I don't actually like leather whips, but I can appreciate that perfect plaiting (well, except for that tiny tiny twist at the heel ) Rachel, I am seriously in awe of your skills.
Andrew, sharp eye, there most certainly is a small twist which will be entirely under the heel knot or I would have replaited it, again
Mark, thank you, I certainly appreciate it!
Jyri, Ron, thank y’all very much
Another 48 before I can plait on it more...
Rachel, when that happens to me, I can usually manipulate it straighter. But like you said it will be hidden by the heel treatment.
It's really looking good.
This looks beautiful! The colour combination and plaiting pattern totally reminds me of a 5ft bullwhip my friend Renate recently bought from Johnny Ögren in Sweden (apparently one of less than five people in Europe who are really established in doing first class roo hide bullwhips).
Rachel, this is going to be terrific!