WEAVERS OF ETERNITY
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!
Weavers! In this episode we will be learning how to make a Mini Monkey's Fist Keychain Stinger! This mini monkey's fist has a steel ball bearing at its core and with a key ring or key hook on the other side, you'll always have this nifty little impact tool at the ready. Be sure to consult your local laws when carrying items of this nature.
Hey Weavers, in this episode we will be making a Mandalorian Helmet Paracord Keychain. This is based on the awesome Star Wars show The Mandalorian. I hope you'll all enjoy this video and try making one, and even if you don't like Star Wars, maybe you can make one for a friend who does! I have spoken.
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a paracord Baby Yoda Keychain. This keychain uses a monkey's fist and some cobra knots to create the iconic character from the Mandalorian. The series just came to it's conclusion last week, so let's commemorate it by making a paracord Baby Yoda!
Hey Weavers, we're back at it to complete the Zodiac paracord bracelet series. This pattern was authored by @_cetus_550_ on Instagram. We are doing this one knot and loop style. I really like this pattern as it's very comfortable to wear and looks great with a secondary color as the core. Hope you all will try it out!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a Paracord Mini Knuckle Duster! This Knuckle Duster was an exercise in paracord crafting and is not meant to be functional as paracord is too soft and flexible to work as a knuckle duster. However, I'm sure with a bit of thought, you can make these functional...😉. Anyhow, I've always wanted to try making Paracord Knuckles or Paracord Knuckle Dusters and these were a lot of fun to play with! Check it out and let me know what you think!
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