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All stuff in this blog have been handmade by me.
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Friday, 30 April 2010

River Bar Bracelet with two different Paracord colors


River Bar Bracelet with two different Paracord colors

TyingItAllTogether, just put up a YouTube video on 'How to Make a (Paracord) River Bar Bracelet'. I gave it a try this and was easy to follow.
Supplies used: 1,2 m Khaki, 1,2 m Dark OD and a side release buckle.


You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Thursday, 29 April 2010

Monkey Fist with 3 different paracord colors


Monkey Fist with 3 different paracord colors

This is a very nice knot and looks good with 3 colors. Supplies i used: 0,5 m Colonial Blue, 1 m White, 1 m Khaki, 1 glass marble at the center and a metal bead.


You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Cobra Stitch Wrist Lanyard


Cobra Stitch Wrist Lanyard

I have make a different look for wrist lanyard with a Cobra tie. Supplies i used: 0,7 m for the inner of the Cobra knot, about 1,5 m for the Cobra it self, one 2,5 cm split ring and a metal bead.

Various colors lanyards (L to R)
- Cobra stitch in Khaki with 2,5 cm split ring and metal bead
- Cobra stitch in Dark OD with 2,5 cm split ring and metal bead
- Cobra stitch in OD Green with 2,5 cm split ring and metal bead

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Monday, 12 April 2010

Carrick Mat with two different Paracord colors

Carrick mat

Carrick Mat with two different Paracord colors

A Carrick mat is actually a series of knots based on the Carrick bend and one of the easiest Turks head knots to Master. It will form a flat mat which may be used as a pad or it can make a cylinder around the opening in the center.
I give it a try, its not as easy as it looks but needs to be patient. For this one i used 4,3 m Paracord >> 2,8 m Dark OD and 1,5 m Coyote Tan.

Made with paracord, it makes a nice coaster, a mat to lay your keys, flashlight, knife, multitool on to keep from scratching up your nightstand or dresser.

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Thursday, 1 April 2010

A Monkey Fist Knot with Cobra hitch Key Lanyard

Monkey Fist and a Cobra

A Monkey Fist Knot with Cobra hitch Key Lanyard.

This is 2 knots in one Key Lanyard, a Monkey Fist and a Cobra at the end. You can tie different layouts with many colors. So i try it with 3 different colors and a cobra hitch at the end.
Supplies: About 1,1 m Royal Blue + 1,1 m Silver + 1,1 m Dark OD 550 paracod. I use a 18-20 mm glass marble for the center of the monkeys fist.


You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Two-Bight Turk's-Head with Pewter Skull Beads

Two-Bight Turk's-Head with
Pewter Skull Beads

Two-Bight Turk's-Head with Pewter Skull Beads.

Another Two-Bight Turk's-Head with Pewter Skull Beads.
Supplies: 1,5 m Black and 1 m Grey, a 1 rounded  Bead at the end and two Pewter Skull.

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines


Think you like it. I await your comments.

Another Cobra bracelet with side release buckle

Cobra bracelet

Another Cobra bracelet with side release buckle.

A Cobra bracelet ... real nice what can i say... 
Supplies: 1,2 m White + 1,2 m Colonial Blue 550 Paracord and a side release buckle.


You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.