How to Tie a Double (extended) Lanyard Knot

How to Tie a Double (extended) Lanyard Knot

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Everyday Paracord Carry #8

Everyday Paracord Carry #8

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Each week we’ll show you an everyday paracord carry – worthy of a few minutes of your attention. Everyday paracord carry (EDPC) refers to various parcord items, usually small, that are attached to gear and worn or carried by a person on a daily basis for use in everyday tasks from the mundane to the […]

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Two Strand Extended Matthew Walker Knot

Two Strand Extended Matthew Walker Knot

| October 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Matthew Walker Knots are great for using as a stopper knot on knife lanyard, key fobs, zipper pulls or even as a decorative knot within any of your projects. As you can see in the above image, where I included it in my ‘Bug Belly Bar’ Knife Wrap lanyard. A Matthew Walker Knot can be […]

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Everyday Paracord Carry #7

Everyday Paracord Carry #7

| October 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

image credit Each week we’ll show you an everyday paracord carry – worthy of a few minutes of your attention. Everyday paracord carry (EDPC) refers to various parcord items, usually small, that are attached to gear and worn or carried by a person on a daily basis for use in everyday tasks from the mundane […]

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Shark Jaw Bone Paracord Bracelet

Shark Jaw Bone Paracord Bracelet

| October 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Shark Jaw bone is another really cool bracelet pattern that is also easy to tie. A beginner level bracelet pattern. It is very similar to a cobra stitch. I really like this pattern and like the Cobra weave it is also a reversible bracelet. Here is the backside of the bracelet with the green […]

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Dragon’s Claw Paracord Bracelet

Dragon’s Claw Paracord Bracelet

| October 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Here is one of my favorite bracelet patterns – the ‘Dragon’s Claw’ paracord bracelet. A very popular bracelet pattern and a fairly easy knot to learn. However, adjusting and tightening the knots can be tricky. Attaching the looped end to something is highly recommended. This will help to keep this loose pattern together and no […]

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