Hey Weavers, in this video we are making the M-4 Knot paracord bracelet. This pattern was authored by @ce.paracord.by.sfs. We're using a contained 6-strand core with the working cords separate from the core. This pattern is overall quite simple, but looks great. I'm quite sure M-4 refers to the M-4 Sherman Tank as the bracelet pattern resembles a tank track, at least to me. I like this pattern as it was super easy to weave and the end result is very comfortable to wear as the overall thickness is under 1/4"/1 cm. I'd definitely suggest using contrasting paracord colors between the core and the main weave as that would help the pattern really pop, but as you can see with my color choices, a subtle difference is great too. Hope you all like it and try it out!
Hey Weavers! In this video we will be learning how to make a paracord snake knot zipper pull. This zipper pull can be looped on and off most zipper tabs. It's a great way to add some paracord to your jackets or bags and also it's a great way to replace a zipper pull that has fallen off or broken. The great thing about using a 275 paracord core is that you can do almost any pattern over it to make different and interesting zipper pulls. Let me know if you'd like to see more zipper pull videos!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a paracord cell phone case / cell phone holster. The cell phone that I have is a One Plus 6T which is about 6.5" in size. The amount of paracord you will need will vary depending on the size of your phone, so please take that into account. Overall I'm pretty happy with the way this case/holster turned out. I carried it for a few days and it works very well just as any cell phone holster would. It definitely is much bulkier though as it is indeed made of paracord. I would suggest you do make it fit your phone dimensions with a snug fit as the retention is needed to keep the phone secure. You could also make this case without the belt loops and simply use it as a slip case for your phone. Lastly, a big thank you to Shawn over at @eastcoastcord on Instagram for inspiring this tutorial. Hope you all like it! WOE.
Spyderco Nirvana // I absolutely love this knife despite it's polarizing response from the knife community. I think this blade is a truly awesome example of top notch manufacturing and machining as it's an integral titanium framelock. Designed by Canadian Knife Maker Peter Rassenti, the Nirvana also features an S90V blade and is running on captured bearings. Though it may not be the best slicer, due to a thicker blade stock it makes a mean piece of pocket jewelry when part of my EDC load out.
Olight H1R Nova // This tiny but capable light often finds its way into my daily carry as I love the simple user interface of high, medium, and low coupled with the fact that the lens is perpendicular to the tube with the on/off switch on the top of the light. This makes operating and pointing the light very easy and intuitive. The pocket clip can also be clipped onto your shirt pocket or anything else for that matter to allow the user to have the light pointing forward with both hands free. Lastly the magnetic tail cap is always a useful addition.
Covenant Sanctified Paracord Bracelet // This awesome pattern (though not visible in this picture) was created by Makhambet Auyezov featuring his signature spine design. A bit more on the hefty side in terms of thickness, but the look of this bracelet is killer.
Seiko SNK809 // Quite possibly one of the best budget watches out there, though Casio has some compelling options, I've worn this watch for a couple of years now and I still enjoy wearing it from time to time. I love field watches as they're easy to tell the time at a glance and also they just look great.
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