| Posted on Fri, February, 28th 2014 by THCFinder
Rolling a blunt is a skill that takes time and practice to learn. These days, it seems that stoners have taken rolling to a whole different level. Besides the traditional cross joint, pretty much any shape can be rolled, including animals, household tools, and geometric shapes. One roll in particular seems to be quite popular among potheads lately is the woven blunt, an intricate, well put together roll that takes a lot of patience and skill to put together. I was able to get a little bit of background on these amazing creations, thanks to a friend (@tonygreenhand on Instagram, who along with @QJRFM have been spreading the word of the woven blunts).
For making these weaves, @tonygreenhand recommends using Notorious BIG wraps, Kingpin or Juicy Jay, as their flavors can all really compliment each other. Plus, you need the two different colors to create the desired pattern. He also suggested using a thin pressed tobacco sheet by a company called Golden Wraps. Since the blunt wraps are so thick, they smoke heavy and the addition of the tobacco sheet makes them a little more smooth when smoked. Making these blunts can be fun when combining the different flavors, as there are so many kinds of flavors out there.
The appeal of these blunts is that they smoke at a more even rate and because they are thicker, they burn slower. This provides a lasting blunt for you and your friends (or perhaps just you). Not only that but if you show up at a friends house with a beautifully crafted weave, your friends are going to be shocked. The blunts are time consuming to create but once you get the hang of cutting up the strips and piecing them together, you can manage to make one of these beauties in about 15 minutes. Depending on how large or small the strips are, you can create almost any design, including letters, numbers, and eight-bit style pictures. For more information about the woven blunts, you can check out the Instagrams that are mentioned above. Good luck with your blunt weaving!