The Circus School of Lancaster just launched their Indiegogo campaign, and the circus needs YOU. Your help, that is. A small donation will go a long way in helping getting this great project off the ground.
Oh, and they made the Lancaster newspaper today, too. You can read and learn more about this school and its founders online.
Pass this along to your friends and family, especially those into flow arts. We need to support each other!
The Flow Bow came about because I HATE to waste materials.
Here’s the story. I wanted to make a heart hoop, and I thought I could wing it without a tutorial and build it from reverse engineering. I had PE tubing, check! all I needed was two elbow 3/4″ connectors. Easy purchase, which I did.
So, yeah. After trimming the ends and trying to redo things a few times, The Flow Bow is what I came up with. To make myself feel better, I decided to tape it up and play with it.
It sort of looks like an eye, or a semi-circle. Here I am demonstrating some of what can be done with The Flow Bow. I apologize for the cruddy audio.
So, that’s my newest toy/creation/abomination of a flow toy. I do like my Flow Bow. Next, I will try to make a heart hoop by looking at the directions, first.
I would love it if you would join my mailing list. Here’s where you can sign up!
I promise not to use your address in any nefarious ways, such as selling it, and won’t pester you too much.
I encourage you to sign up, especially if you live in the Lancaster, PA area because I’ll soon be starting to write and give updates about different hooping and flow arts events happening in the area. Spring is here and summer will upon us, too, as will many fun hooping and flow arts events. Keep in the loop!
Again, what’s that link to sign up? Here you go: Jennabee Hoops Mailing List Sign Up Form