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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Yarn Flogger on: September 09, 2008 01:36:54 AM
Hey gals and guys,

long time lurker, first Craftster-shared FO here. I found a diy rope flogger pattern online and couldn't wait to try it out. Some Lion Brand Homespun yarn and DMC thread later...


(aww, I can't post a picture yet)

I wrapped it once and found the handle to be too floppy for my liking. So I broke a cheap wooden chopstick  in half and coated it with some nail polish to keep splinters from grabbing the yarn. Stuck that amongst the yarn in the handle and rewrapped.
The O ring thing is something I had bought from the office section of W*lmart. I think it was meant for index card books and such.

Hehee.  Cheesy

I'm thinking decorating the handle some more, but I'm not sure.
The yarn is so soft, good for sensual play. It'll gently caress the skin no matter how much force you put in your whack.
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