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I bought mine at a hobby store. Mark the leather with the chalk on the wrong side the soft side. If you don't have a chalk pen you can mark the face with a ball point pen but it is not forgiving at all! You need to mark out a 18 x 24" rectangle. You are making out the strips to be cut. Spread glue along the uncut portion of the leather. I used the nozzle then my fingers to speread the glue In a thin layer. This takes a bit if time but the extra time helps the glue get a little tacky.
Roll the leather up as tight as you can in the glued area. Try to get the first roll as tiny as possible so the handle is round and not oval instead. Once the handle is rolled trace the end on to a scrap piece of leather. Cut out the circle.
Great Instructable! I just made one of these using the leather seat of a broken office chair. The piece of leather ended up being 20" x 20" after I cut off the sides. This is actually a flogger, not a whip, but a nice, simple de. To help with keeping the handle round, you can use a wood dowel wrapped in the leather to strengthen it and make it round. Great instructable. To be a bit nit-picky, this is a flogger, not a whip.
I've been using a similar technique for years. Rather than use the rolled leather for a handle, I turn wooden handles on a lathe, bore out the end and then glue the roll into the handle. After the glue dries, I bore a hole through the wood and the leather roll and insert a brass pin to reinforce the t. Using this method, you only need to leave about two inches uncut for the roll. It does, of course, require a lathe and some simple woodworking skills. For material to make the floggers, check your local thrift shops.
I've found numerous leather and suede skirts, dresses and jackets for as little as 25 cents each. You can make several floggers from a single garment, depending on the length and size. Looks good - I like the simplicity. Think I'd have to decorate it with some fancy knotwork if I make one :. Introduction: Leather Whip. By RebekahP Super simple sewing Follow. More by the author:. About: Can't sit still. If my hands are not busy I'm not happy.
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I Made It! Decorative Leather Barber Strop by weaverleathersupply in Leather. Crayon Stripper Hack by scotto in Art. Pa 1 year ago. Reply Upvote. Sticks and stones may break my bones, but whips and chains excite me! SparkySolar 6 years ago on Introduction.
PuzzleJenn 8 years ago on Step Whether it be a whip or a flogger who cares - I like it because it's kinky ;- Good job sweety. BTrey 8 years ago on Introduction. Kiteman 8 years ago on Introduction.How to make a flogging whip
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