Show some wooden yoyos you've made

Just finished this ash fixie. Hoping to finish more yoyos this weekend. I’ve got a few that just need to be sanded.



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The grain in the 2nd photo is beautiful.

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I decided to add this silly engraving to a fixie I plan on keeping :grin:

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Reminded me of this! Haha

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A very rare occasion for me nowadays. I made a wooden unresponsive. Its zebrawood 56.3mmx47.5mmx64g. The performance is above average for a wooden yoyo. Yes, you can buy it if you want. DM me.





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@kretzschmar :eyes:

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Absolutely gorgeous. If anyone is on the fence on this wooden unresponsive, pounce on it.

If you don’t and it just sits, I will.

Thank you Xanadu for the tag brother

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Finished some SpectraPly, walnut, and mohogany today








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That green is gorgeous :heart_eyes:

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I took a better pic of the blue one - for some reason the original one looked dull.

Here are a few butterflies I finished today, plus a birthday gift of more wood!







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:notes: Into the woods, into the woods, into the woods…:notes:

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I aim to make two purpleheart unresponsives this weekend. We’ll see.

One for Onedrop, the other for whoever else.

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This week marks 5 months of yoyo making for me. I thought I’d share an album of what I’ve made so far.

Thanks to this whole yo-yo community for being supportive folks along the way.

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The world needs as many of these purple heart unresponsives as you have the passion to churn out

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The one I made on the weekend split as I was putting it on my lathe. Bummer. Looks like thr rest of my purpleheart could be faulty.

Purple :anatomical_heart:for @adamantiumpops

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Working on a take-apart imperial for @vpxtreme. It has replaceable axle sleeves.




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Hey guys, so it turns out I have everything needed machine and tool wise to try and make my own wooden throw. Any advice and do’s and don’t’s would be extremely helpful!

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How important is grain direction on wooden yoyos? Should I always try to get it parallel with the axle?

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