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Help spread the word. Getcher bends out and share ’em! This book will be distributed free on line and for a few bucks at the bent festival. [via] – All procedes go to the Bent Festival which will be in LA and NYC in April. – Link

18 thoughts on “Submit Now For The Big Book of Bends

  1. No offense to any of you who enjoy this circuit bending stuff — I’m not saying it wouldn’t be fun — but there seem to be a crazy number of posts for it here on the blog. Anyone else tired of circuit bending posts? If not… that’s cool.

  2. Do you have the sheet bend yet? How about the double figure eight bend? Or maybe the Carrick bend?

    Seriously, I agree with gadgetlust to an extent. I’m not a fan of any of the circuit bending stuff. Rope bending, I can dig though.

    Can we have a knots month, where we celebrate the knots we love? I think knots are some seriously cool things to make. They can even be useful. So much of the world seems to be ignorant of how to tie knots, as is evident by the number of people that can be seen with their arm hanging out the window of their car driving down the road holding a mattress in place.

  3. A knots month? I’ve done a fair bit of sailing, so I do understand the importance of knots, know how a few are tied and mostly, which ones should be used in which circumstances.

    But really, a whole month? On knots?

  4. “But really, a whole month? On knots?”

    One would have to assume that there would also be lashings.

    Also, if you did a knot a day, in a month you’d cover 30 of the over ten zillion knots out there.

  5. The only thing I don’t like about all the circuit-bending posts is that every time there is one I end up wasting a TON of time reading about and researching MORE and MORE circuit bending projects.

    A circuit bending book? IM FOR IT.

  6. “One would have to assume that there would also be lashings.”
    There’s a bullwhip how-to in the fringe issue for people like you.

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