Whip #84 is a 6-foot bullwhip with a 12 -inch Canary wood handle. It has a core of seven strands of un-gutted paracord of various lengths (Adam… Read more "Harvester"
Last summer I sold a cow whip to Matt and we struck up an internet friendship. He sent some photos of a paracord whip he was working… Read more "Matt Galizia"
A very generous friend of mine gave me a whip as a Christmas gift this year. The whip was made by James Barnwell of Luscus Whip Works.… Read more "Luscus Whip Works"
From the Wikipedia article Horned Serpent under the section entitled In Native American Cultures, Cherokee. Anthropologist James Mooney, describes the creature: Those who know say the Uktena is… Read more "Uktena"
This 8-foot nylon cow whip is whip #77. It has a 16-plait overlay in midnight blue and electric blue paracord over a twisted-tapered core and two plaited… Read more "Hot Shot"
Whip #76 is a little 7-foot red and black paracord, single-belly whip around a twisted-tapered core. It has a 8-inch steel rod for the handle, and a… Read more "Deuce"
Here's the cow whip I made to send to Hayes in exchange for the cow whip he sent me last week. Whip #75 is an 8-foot cow… Read more "Turquoise"
A few weeks ago I received a request to replicate a whip I made using the method demonstrated by Adam Winrich in a video recorded by Nick… Read more "Buffalo Bull II"
Whip #73 is a 6-foot, single bellied whip with a twisted-tapered core, 18 inch half-plait, oak handle, 28 inch double-loop fall and a cracker made of B55… Read more "Bluebonnet"
This whip is an experiment based on a whip made by the extraordinary whip cracker, Adam Winrich. A few months ago he and Nick Schrader of Nick's… Read more "Buffalo Bull"