Miss T
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  • Accident, MD
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Connectors don't fit- any advice?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kortney Blankenship Jan 13, 2011. 3 Replies

I recently bought some new tubing and connectors, but when I went to make my first hoop with them the 3/4" connectors were to loose for the 3/4" 100 PSI Sil-O-Flex tubing.  I don't know what kind of… 

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Posted on December 4, 2010 at 4:26pm 3 Comments

Why does shoulder hooping have to be so difficult to do? It took me months of practice to get it in my dominant current but now it is super easy that way. The opposite current on the other hand is driving me nuts. Every other opposite current move I learned took time, but not near as long as learning it in my dominant current- not this time. I can do it but it is not at all smooth and I usually can't keep it up for very long. And when it is up it is on my neck flopping around 75% of the time. I…  

Selling Hoops

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 1:15pm 0 Comments

I have quickly become obsessed with hooping, but also with making hoops. Just as quickly I have gained more hoops than I ever thought I'd have, plus I have more ideas so I am looking into selling them. I'm at a complete loss as to what I need to do in order to be set up to take on such an undertaking so if anybody has any tips I would LOVE to hear them. Tips on materials to use, where to get materials, shipping methods, prices, anything and everything that you could possibly come up with.

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