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How to make your own gear - HOP Finger Fire Fan Kit

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HOP • Published on 17 Sep, 2010

The HOP Fire Fan kit is available here

Last modified on 8 Aug, 2015
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Comments/replies: 12
inkxart
Member #248218
Reged: Dec 2016
Post18th Dec 2016 1:19 PM 

what kind of needle is that>

Malcolm
Member #2
Reged: Nov 2003
Post19th Dec 2016 12:18 PM 

A mattress needle. You get a couple of them in the kits
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Aurinia
Member #253968
Reged: Mar 2017
Post2nd Jul 2017 6:26 AM 

Ich finde das geht total schwer was mach ich falsch .... hab das erste fertig und die erste Nadel ist kaputt

Malcolm
Member #2
Reged: Nov 2003
Post3rd Jul 2017 8:49 AM 

Hold the needle in the middle to start. Pushing the needle from the end can bend it too much and will break.

Halten Sie die Nadel in der Mitte, um zu beginnen. Das Schieben der Nadel vom Ende kann es zu viel beugen und brechen.

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Mieks
Member #174643
Reged: Jul 2013
Post15th Sep 2017 3:36 AM 

What I can use for my fingers? I can barely get the needle through..

Malcolm
Member #2
Reged: Nov 2003
Post15th Sep 2017 9:27 AM 

A rubber thimble from any sewing or stationary shop can help you push the needle through.
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collarboneclique
Member #272579
Reged: Jan 2018
Post6th Jan 2018 7:37 PM 

do you only go through the first layer of wick or half the way through?

Malcolm
Member #2
Reged: Nov 2003
Post8th Jan 2018 9:49 AM 

Stitch through the top two layers of wick when making fans.
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sierraann96
Member #285752
Reged: Aug 2018
Post11th Feb 2019 11:00 AM 

Is it okay to have exposed thread after sewing on the Kevlar? Will that burn and breakunravel the fan when I first burn it?

Malcolm
Member #2
Reged: Nov 2003
Post11th Feb 2019 11:18 AM 

It will last longer if you can hide the thread. Otherwise just be sure not to let the wick smoulder when the fuel has gone. Cover with slightly damp towel once flame gets very small.
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sierraann96
Member #285752
Reged: Aug 2018
Post12th Feb 2019 4:50 AM 

Thank you!!

Jessalyn Hoffman
Member #296693
Reged: Mar 2019
Post29th Mar 2019 5:48 AM 

The first stitch looks like it just goes through the brown thread in the first layer- once he pulled it through it looked as if the thread had gone through to the center. Judging by the way the string pulled to the side and surrounded the wick. am I missing something?

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