View Single Post
  #6 (permalink)  
Old 05-30-2010, 04:00 AM
ChrisinselwynNZ's Avatar
ChrisinselwynNZ ChrisinselwynNZ is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Christchurch NZ
Posts: 791
ChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud ofChrisinselwynNZ has much to be proud of
Default Re: Easiest loop dubbing method

stimmy7, you can use the blender with the plastic blades it comes with or if its only for dubbing you can just file the sharp edge off then there is no messing with water, I have a food processor like this for blending huge amounts of fur and a baby one for doing up to one pac of fur (the big one can do a whole pelt) altho I sell dubbing so can justify it too my better half

Fly2fish, you can get super fine for wee ones this is what I use for klinks

I couldnt get a dubbit tool the guys in the store looked at me funny and diddnt get it
Now I just use a pin with an open loop at the end for spinning and it works just fine still use valcrove tho

Chris
Reply With Quote