WEAVERS OF ETERNITY
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be figuring out just how much paracord you will need to tie varying sizes of monkey's fists. I did a little playing around with varying lengths of cord to determine just how much cord you will need. Check out the video and I hope this helps some of you out there!
Monkey's Fist Paracord Measurements Chart: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MP9CoIcV0DfjYzZz0Mr-H2Tud_im6esf
Hey Weavers, here is the Aries Paracord Bracelet pattern authored by cetus_550. We did this one knot and loop style and it came out great just like the others! We're almost done the Zodiac series so stay tuned for the last one coming soon.
Hey Weavers! In this video we will be looking at a really simple tool that makes tying Turk's Head knots super simple! These Easy Assist Mandrels take the guess work out of learning how to tie a Turk's Head Knot, so if you're like me and are very lazy with a short attention span, you might want to try one of these out to finally learn how to tie that elusive 5B8L Turk's head knot!
Hey Weavers, in this video we will go over one very overlooked aspect of tying a Monkey's fist knot. I'll be honest, I've glazed over this aspect in most of my videos and I should have placed more importance on this step in the past so I hope this helps a lot of you when it comes to tying your paracord monkey's fists! If you enjoyed this video, please comment, like, and subscribe to support the channel!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a Mini Paraflatman Paracord lanyard and zipper pull. This is the smaller version of the Paraflatman / Lucky Fat Man and makes a great knife lanyard or zipper pull. Check it out and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a paracord camera strap with leather accents and titanium split rings. The snake knot is perfect for a camera strap as it's flexible and strong. We created some leather accents to cover the ends of the straps and we didn't even skimp on the split rings as we used titanium rings as an added touch.
Hey Weavers, in this video we will be learning some serious bull hitch! But seriously, in this video we will go over the cow's hitch / lark's head knot, slingstone hitch, and bull hitch. All of which have practical uses, but also are great for paracord bracelet making. All of these knots can be used to attach a rope to an object as they are hitch knots.
COW HITCH: The cow hitch, also called the lark's head, is a hitch knot used to attach a rope to an object. The cow hitch comprises a pair of half-hitches tied in opposing directions, as compared to the clove hitch in which the half-hitches are tied in the same direction. It has several variations and is known under a variety of names. It can be tied either with the end of the rope or with a bight.
BULL HITCH: Also known as the Piwich knot, the Bull Hitch has perhaps its best utility as a ring hitch on the bight. It starts out with the Cow Hitch that most people know how to tie automatically, but provides a more stable and wiggle-resistant attachment.
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be learning how to make the Leo Paracord Bracelet with no buckles, knot and loop style. This design was authored by Cetus_550_ aka Pavel Makurin. This is part of the Zodiac series of paracord bracelets and we will be continuing this series until all 12 are complete, check it out and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers! In this video we will be having a look at the Trayvax Original 2.0 Wallet. This minimalist wallet uses two steel plates and paracord to hold your cards and cash together. We'll be learning 3 ways to customize this wallet with your own paracord. The possibilities are almost endless with all the different paracord knots and weaves out there. Check it out and let me know what you think!
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