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    Amsteel Whoopie Sling tutorial-ish.

    Hey folks, recently did a 2 part vid on my process for making a whoopie sling, and I thought I'd share! Hope somebody finds this interesting, and/or useful!

    Part 1: Locked Brummel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5eEjL51kKs

    Part 2: The Whoopie!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyZ7ilWUtPU

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    Very useful. I wish I had seen this the first time I made some whoopies.
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    us, I posted the correct bury lengths in the comments section on each video. No sense in wasting line.
    I am not a gram weenie. , But Im starting to see the merits!!!

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    I think that's a great tut, us. If you had a wire fid it would only take you a fraction of the time it takes you with the pen and tape. What I and some others use is a piece of 26-28 gauge wire doubled over, this will make it much faster. I do like that you used what you had on hand, though.

    Welcome to HF's btw!

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