WEAVERS OF ETERNITY
Hey Weavers! In this tutorial we will be learning how to tie a wide paracord lanyard knot. This wide lanyard knot is an expansion of the diamond knot and is very easy to tie if you are already familiar with the diamond knot. This knot makes a great lanyard knot and is perfect for those who want a knot more substantial than the diamond knot. This wide diamond knot makes a great decorative knot and lanyard knot for knives. Check it out and give it a try!
Hey Weavers! The Bane's Cuff Paracord Bracelet makes a triumphant return with the Spinal Bane's Cuff. This modification of the original design by Dman Mcq was done by Chunk Zyerith Abrahams. This awesome version allows for a separate color running down the middle of the bracelet. Also, this is the first iteration of the Bane's Cuff done knot and loop style on this channel. You can easily do this same pattern on a bracelet core set up. Hope you all try this one out!
Hey Weavers, in this tutorial we will be learning how to wrap a lighter with paracord so that you can use it as a key chain. This method will work on most lighters, but I think it's best on a bic lighter as the sides are nice and straight for the paracord wrap. Do be careful though as the paracord wrapped around the lighter can still slip off after it's been wrapped around the lighter. However, this means that you can easily replace the lighter after it's been exhausted of it's fuel by slipping the old lighter out and the new one in. Check this out and let me know what you think in the comments!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will have a quick look and review of the Live Paracord Vol 2 Book created by Cetus 550, Pavel Makurin. This is a great and detailed instructional paracord book that has a ton of paracord bracelet projects. He has a few series of bracelets including the Japanese Samurai, Superheroes, and Originals. If you're looking for a great paracord instructional book, I'd highly suggest getting one of these before they sell out
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be tying a beaded noose knot lanyard onto a traditional knife. The noose knot lanyard, sometimes also called the hangman's knot, is a really great simple knot that also makes a great lanyard for flashlights and knives. Also be sure to check out TiSurvival for some really nice lanyard beads!
Hey Weavers, in this tutorial we will be making a super reflective Caged Solomon paracord bracelet with special cord from VentumGear out of Germany. This cord was sent to me to try out and it is very reflective! Most reflective cords have a 5-10% reflectivity, but this cord goes up to 50%! Check out this video and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers! In today's tutorial we will be learning how to tie a paracord double footrope knot, this knot is from the Ashley Book of Knots #792. This knot looks very similar to the tried and true diamond knot, but it does have some slight differences in execution and final form. Check out the video to see what conclusions we can come to and also comment down below and let me know what you think!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrberGiYl4EHey Weavers, in this video we will be making a rifle clip paracord belt key holder. This is a great way to keep your keys attached to your belt. The weave we're using for this project is the wide solomon bar that was authored by JD Lenzen. I've been carrying my keys this way for the past week and it's been working out just great. Hope you all will try this one out!
Hey Weavers, in this tutorial we will be learning how to make a quick deploy paracord bracelet. This pattern, the Blaze bar was authored by J.D. Lenzen of TyingItAllTogether. This adapted method of tying the Blaze Bar was created by paradudeaz. Using a ferro rod as a toggle closure, this bracelet is quite possibly the best survival paracord bracelet as it stores a whopping 14 ft of paracord that can be unraveled extremely quickly!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be learning how to make a paracord multi tool pouch for my Leatherman Wave. This pouch has a belt loop and therefore can be worn on your belt. It also has some stretch to it due to the use of some shock cord which keeps the tool secure and also allows it to adjust to a few different sized multi tools. You can tailor the size of this paracord pouch to everyday carry items other than a multi tool such as pocket knives and even flashlights. Check this one out and let me know what you think!
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