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July 21, 2009

Thank you for visiting The Whip Blog, created by Paul Nolan & Lauren Wickline,  your trusted whipmakers and fellow whipcrackers from MidWestWhips.  Our goal is to help you gather information and learn more about about whips during your whipcracking journey, whether you are at the very beginning of researching whips or you are already well on your way down the path of learning to love the sport of whipcracking.  To read more about us and why we created this blog and to find out how you can help us make this blog even better, check out the About Us page.  You may also be able find what you’re looking for by using our handy “search” box near the upper right of your screen.   Or, to start browsing our ever-growing collection of links and articles, please choose from the list of categories over on the right side of your screen.ArrowCategories

Also in typical blog style, all new posts regardless of which category they may fall into, will be posted chronologically with the most recent posts first on this page below these welcome paragraphs.

Once again, thank you for visiting The Whip Blog.  If you haven’t found the information you’re looking for here, please don’t hesitate to leave us a comment and ask.  This blog is still quite new, and we are actively looking for suggestions for new articles and topics that would be of interest to the ever-growing community of whipcrackers, whip collectors, and whip enthusiasts.  We promise to do our best to update and add articles as often as our whipmaking responsibilities allow us to.

Thank You,

Paul Nolan & Lauren Wickline

PS: We respectfully ask that you please link back here to this blog if you use our information or pictures, so that we can all continue sharing information and our love of whips freely with each other.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. dave permalink
    February 24, 2010 9:07 pm

    how bout falls?
    nice totourial!

    Crackin dave

    • Lauren & Paul permalink
      February 24, 2010 9:12 pm

      I’m glad to hear you liked the popper tutorial. Believe it or not, we’re actually in the middle of editing a tutorial video on how to make your own falls right now. That one should be up in the next day or so.

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