WEAVERS OF ETERNITY
Hey Weavers! In this tutorial we will be learning 7 SUPERIOR ways to store your paracord. These methods range from simple hanks to paracord donuts. You'll be able to keep your paracord and rope tangle free and store your paracord like a PRO! Comment down below and let me know which method is YOUR favorite!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a Paracord Mega Monkey's Fist Impact Tool! This giant monkey's fist uses an 8-Ball as the core and makes a very hefty monkey's fist. You can use this impact tool for things such as tenderizing tough steaks, taking down drywall, or smashing fruit. Hope you all like this video and will try making one!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we are making the Rattlesnake Knot Paracord Bracelet done knot and loop style. I absolutely love this bracelet in knot and loop style and I think it might just be a new favorite of mine. My second favorite being the 4 Strand Round Braid. This knot was authored by JD Lenzen of Tying It All Together. Try this one out and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be having a look at 6 Single Strand Stopper Knots that you should know. These knots range from decorative knots to practical knots. Either way, these knots are all great to know for paracord crafting and practical purposes. These knots include the Celtic button knot, monkey's fist, barrel knot, Stevedore knot, Figure-8 knot and double overhand knot. Check these out and learn how to tie these knots today! Let me know in the comments which one is your favorite!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be making a DIY Hidden Stash Paracord Key Chain Container. This is an easy way to keep a small amount of emergency cash on your keys. You can roll up anwhere from 1-4 bills into this key fob.. Also, you don't have to limit yourself to money, you can also put some matches in there as well or anything else you can think of! Hope you all try this one out! I learned how to make this key fob from this post.
Hey Weavers! I was inspired by last week's Conquistador Ring tutorial to make this single closed loop Conquistador paracord bracelet. We're using some elastic shock cord to make this bracelet a closed loop so that you can slip the bracelet on and off. The shock cord allows the bracelet to be a bit smaller and still fit somewhat nicely while not having a clasp to open and close it. For reference, my wrist is 7" in circumference and the bracelet I made is 7.25" in circumference. You can definitely play around with the ratio of paracord to shock cord for this bracelet. Hope you all try this one out! Let me know what you think in the comment section!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be learning how to make a Micro Cord Conquistador Ring. I absolutely loved making this project and I hope you will try it out too. If you are not familiar with the Conquistador weave, I would suggest you practice it with a bit of 550 paracord first to get the pattern down. I do apologize if the micro cord sections in the video aren't the clearest as I was having a hard time keeping everything in focus as it was pretty hard to work with the micro cord. Hopefully, the 550 paracord demo part will suffice. As for material requirements, I made this ring twice and found that depending on the brand of micro cord, it can change the amount you will need, but you should be safe with 9 feet. Don't worry too much about wastage as micro cord is inexpensive!
Hey Weavers, in this episode we will be learning how to make a quick deploy paracord bracelet that can be made and unraveled in 1 minute or less. This bracelet is not only a great way to carry a readily available source of paracord, it actually looks quite nice to wear as well. This paracord bracelet comes courtesy of MeZillch and you can see his original video here. Hope you all like this paracord project and that you'll try this one out, it's super easy and quick!
Hey Weavers! In this tutorial we will be learning how to tie 8 Awesome Paracord Zipper Pulls. These include the Matthew Walker Knot, Padlock Knot, Cobra Knot, Overhand Knot, Diamond Knot, Snake Knot, Mini Monkey's Fist and Cross Knot! Each of these knots makes a great zipper pull or even lanyard knot. Each of the tutorials are somewhat compressed, but if you want a more in-depth tutorial for each of these knots, you can find them all on my channel individually. Hope you all enjoy this video and let me know which zipper pull is your favorite in the comments below!
Hey Weavers! Ok, ok... so maybe this knot is not the ONLY knot you will need, but in terms of practicality this one paracord knot can check a lot of boxes in terms of what you can do with it. Keep this gem of a knot in your back pocket and I'm sure one day you will come across a situation where you can use it to get yourself out of a jam or just make your life easier. This video idea came from this blog post on Instructables. Hope you all enjoy this video and learn something new!
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