My whips this far

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Post by Jyri Haveri »

Whip number 24:
6,3ft bullwhip with two plaited bellyes and 10inch handle.
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Beautiful whip, Jyri. I like the colors and the goucho knot heel is perfect.
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Thank you Mark!
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Post by Ron May »

Very nicely done Jyri. :)
Really nice taper.

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Post by Sven van Leeuwen »

Very nice Jyri, have you cracked them yet?

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Post by Jyri Haveri »

Thanks!

Sven i have.
https://youtu.be/udluox7Csw8

I made a video for Nathan about how my whips react to waxing.
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Post by Nathan Mayer »

Very Beautiful whips Jyri! I’m a fan of your polished conchos, they’re very eye catching. The black and white snake is soooo cool, I wish I could try it out. Does waxing help keep white nylon from collecting dirt?
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Post by Nathan Mayer »

And the heel knot on the bull truely is perfect!
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Post by Scott A. Cary »

Ahhhh...black! Now that's my kinda whip! ;) Nicely done, Jyri!
I'll give it a try, Dad, but it's going to be really hard...kind of like trying to saw something in half using a banana.
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Post by Jyri Haveri »

Thanks!
Nathan, waxing helps a lot as it wont suck anyting in. If there is something on the whip you can clean it with water and soft brush.
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Post by Jyri Haveri »

Whip number 26:
Stockwhip with 20inch handle and 7,2ft thong.
Handle is spruce wich has been burned and waxed.
Concho is brass.
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Post by Mark Elliott »

Jyri, this is a great looking whip. Good work. I especially like the handle plaiting and the keepers.
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Post by Robert Gage »

Jyri, this one looks fast and fun! And Mark's right: the handle and keepers look great!
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Thank you!
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Post by Jyri Haveri »

Whip number 27:

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Bullwhip with one plaited belly and 24 plat overlay.
It is 8.3ft long. Fall plus cracker are 39inch long.

I will post a video after i have waxed it.
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Post by Wolfgang Timm »

Another beauty! Looking forward to the video! Too bad, that we‘ve entered the dark time of the year. No more options to just go to the river after work, because it’s already dark after 6 p.m. , I would so much like to try your wonderful dogshelter whip more often, but that is now limited to weekends.
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Post by Ron May »

I like the different sizes of cords. It makes it a lot more interesting.
Very nicely done.

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Post by Rachel McCollough »

Jyri You sure do make beautiful whips! I am anxious to see how this looks and moves after it is waxed!
Inch by inch.
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That's splendid, Jyri! Bravo!
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Post by Jyri Haveri »

Thank you!

Wolfgang if i would't do any whip cracking in the dark i could do it only six months in a year ;)
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