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Posted:hi everyone i just made a pair of cathedral poi, now i need to make myself some weighted handles for them. i've seen some posts about using wooden balls, but ive tried a pair of those at PLAY, and they're painful for wibbles, so i was thinking of buying some kevlar rope and making a knot at the top for weight. so here are my questions: 1.how thick should i buy the rope? 2.how long should i buy if im making this knot and a loop
Posted:well i use like a hemp rope and i don't know exactly how much was used. i started with probably 3-5 feet but there was some left over. it's hard to judge because i had to tighten the knot twice while making it. i am making some more (for pitman lol) and i will measure this time.
gizmo was doing some sweet wibbles with them on fire last weekend. at night it looks like fire bouncing and dancing around. im posting a video in the near future with some fire wibbles so be on the lookout.