Hey Weavers! Here's a quick tutorial on how to use the SpeedyJig Monkey's Fist jig. This isn't a full review, but a quick demo on how to use it. Also, if you have any other jig with 4 rods, you can use this same method as it will work with any monkey's fist jig of similar design. At the time of this video being posted, they're not in stock, but keep an eye out for when a re-stock happens. Check it out and let me know what you think! -WOE
Hey Weavers! Ever wonder what would happen if the Mad Max paracord bracelet had a baby with the monkey's fist? Well... this might be it! We're doing the awesome Mad Max paracord bracelet today but finishing it with a mini monkey's fist. I absolutely love the Mad Max bracelet as it's easy to make and adjustable. Also, I Iove monkey's fists, so this kinda bracelet just seemed like the right thing to do! Check it out and let me know what you think the comments down below!
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Hey Weavers! In this video we're looking at Survivorcord from Titan Survival. Survivorcord is a patented brand of paracord that contains snare wire, fishing line, and waxed jute fire starter. Survivorcord is stronger than mil spec 550 cord as it's tensile strength is bumped up to 620 lbs. Survivorcord would make a great addition to your survival pack or of course its great to make paracord survival bracelets out of!
Hey Weavers, today we're learning how to make the Brook paracord bracelet. This pattern was authored by Pavel Makurin: https://www.instagram.com/_cetus_550/. This one wasn't too difficult, although the knots in this bracelet don't really stay in place after you tie them, so it will require a little more patience. I would suggest using contrasting colors for this pattern so that the design stands out a bit more. I hope you all like it and a huge thank you to Pavel for creating yet another amazing design!
New tutorial is up and we're learning how to make a paracord Monkey's fist knuckle roller. This tutorial is the third version of the paracord knuckle roller and it uses monkey's fists on each end with an added ball bearing on each end for some heft. They play wonderfully and are a little different from a titanium knuckle bone, but are a nice way to change things up! Overall, this knuckle roller wasn't too hard to make, but it did take some time to tighten everything up. Oh and as an added pro-tip, when you're finished making it, try boiling it in hot water for 15-20 seconds and the whole thing becomes much more rigid. I hope you all like it and will try it out! -WOE
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