Whipedia

  • Making Braiding Soap - Braiding soap – or any other kind of grease useful for this purpose- is a basic and necessary part of leather whipmaking to have a good and tight work. It can also be used for braiding leather items or to maintain any other leather products. These are its main applications: 1) Conditioning and reinforcing the […]
  • Make nylon whip crackers with a twister machine)#2/2 - In this #2/2 video I’ll show a easy way to make your nylon whip cracker using simply a Twister Machine. You’ll need three simple thinks: A Twister machine A twisted nylon reel A hook See You Soon Giovanni Celeste
  • Making a nylon whip cracker with a Bic Pen #1 - In this #1/2 video I’ll show you a easy way to make your whip cracker using simply a Bic pen! You’ll need three simple thinks: A Bic pen A hook A twisted nylon reel See You soon Giovanni Celeste
  • The father and king of whipmakng tutorial: MR. BERNIE WOJCICKI - On the occasion of the anniversary of the disappearance of the great Tasmanian Whipmaker BERNIE WOJCICKI, which took place on 23 March 2016, I have the pleasure of celebrating him not only his immense mastery in the art of whipmaking but above all his great generosity and humanity. Thanks Bernie. Every time I think about […]
  • How to ship properly a whip: 7 things to do and not to do - Never squeeze and compress a leather or nylon/ paracord whip in a narrow box otherwise it will turn out damaged. Even if whips are flexible you can’t roll them up as a rope to pack them! Whenever you ship something is fundamental take care of it in order to preserve its integrity especially if you […]
  • HOW TO MEASURE BULLWHIP AND PART OF A BULLWHIP - Different style of whips are meausured in different ways. In this first YouTube video we start from the basis: We’ll talk about How to meausure the Bullwhip and Parts of Bullwhip. For this video i’ll use my trusty 10ft David Morgan ’88. The Red line is the part commonly included in the measurementof a bullwhip. […]
  • WHY DO I HAVE TO CHOOSE A KANGAROO LEATHER WHIP? - Is it better a Kangaroo leather whip or cow hide one? Undoubtedly Kangaroo leather is better. Kangaroo leather braided whips have better performances vs cow hide whips. This is due to kangaroo leather characteristics: it is strong, tensile, flexible and abrasion resistant. Due to these features kangaroo leather is strongly recommended to plait tightly and […]
  • NOTES OF AN ITALIAN WHIPMAKER - Welcome everyone to my new YouTube channel “Notes of an Italian Whipmaker”  the first Italian channel dedicated to the world of whips and whipmaking. I’ve always wanted to create a YouTube channel about whips and whipmaking, but a little different from to other whip channels already existing. The idea came thanks to you and your […]
  • How much does a leather kangaroo whip cost? - Just to give you an idea, the price of a kangaroo leather whip monochrome with a total length of 170cm (circa 6ft)  – plaited by a professional whipmaker – could be around €300 – €350. It goes without saying it doesn’t exist a fixed/ unique price! The cost changes in the light of what you […]