A look at the electronic pipe I made for vaping nicotine
Various knotting and woodworking projects I have managed to complete.
A look at my finest decorative knotting achievement, a collar I made for Dugan. The bulk of the collar is a double-edge plait. I invented knots to form each of the bear shapes. I then held my nose and stitched the bears to the braid.
When you buy a magnetic iPad mount and take a rotary tool to it in order to create an accessory that oughta already f$&kin' exist.
Okay … whatever … hopefully my tuck and trim game was stronger this time around.
Halfway there, more or less.
I may have half the watch band puzzle figured, if the tighten➠cut➠tuck goes a'ight.
Yet another rebuild (since I keep dropping the damn thing).
Perhaps I'll have to design and build my own chair … the ten-minute Amazon search was a bust.
When, having tired of all the GD deformaties in the protective coating you slapped on that e-pipe you made (on account of all the drops), you take it back down to the wood, determined to enjoy the time you have left together while pretending you'll never ever drop it again.
Because f$&k bungee shoe laces and f$&k bows.
Luna in the other outdoor chair I revamped
One of my favorite button knots.
Just one of the kajillion things you can make out of a Turk’s head knot.
How it started.
How it ended.
For those unfamiliar with decorative knotting, the first thing you find yourself doing when starting to get into it is obsessing over your knotting tools. From stitching together a custom tool roll within which to store the tools…
Totally forgot about the bag I made to stick the camping chair inside. Composed primarily of a big a$$ Turk's Head knot with a plait of some kind serving as the strap.
With a fancy new pipe stand to use, the drawer organizer I had sliced into a remote control tray was looking brutish …
So I made a new one out of Wenge and Bloodwood
Of course … if you have a round pipe you are gonna need a pipe stand
A chair I reupholstered cause I had sh$t to avoid and I f$&king love knots.
A look at the urn I made for Shanti.
A rotary look at the urn I made for Dugan