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A couple of two-strand stopper knots, before and after the mandala knot.
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That is sexy. Last thing I need is more zippos, but damn.

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Not sure if any of you have seen these:
A fire steel built into a buckle you can use on a paracord project.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00T57GW0Q?psc=1


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Extra paracord and the kids on a Sleeping Beauty marathon = 6 strand bell pull
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3 strand flat braid loop
6 strand 2 pass diamond knot
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5 strand star knot (I had to drop a short cord)


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I got so much paracord now i'm so confused. I can't even wrap anything good with it! I give up! so now what am I suppose to do with all this string!


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Hokicake wrote:
I got so much paracord now i'm so confused. I can't even wrap anything good with it! I give up! so now what am I suppose to do with all this string!

Send it to me, of course!

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A two-strand lanyard knot variation... :)

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Ridiculous Stormdrane. Those are works of art.

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Stormdrane wrote:
I uploaded a video tutorial for tying a 'Gaucho' knot, a Turk's head knot variation. Various uses...



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Stormdrane, what are you using as a needle to thread the paracord?

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Stormdrane, what are you using as a needle to thread the paracord?


I often use Perma-Lok lacing needles, different sizes depending on the cord. There are many folks/vendors that also make lacing needles in stainless steel/aluminum that also work well, or you can make your own improvised versions too.

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Neat, thanks! New project coming soon!

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Upgraded the neck lanyard on a waterproof pouch with paracord and a knotty cord lock.
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Ma & Pa gave me an iProtec 1400 zoomable LED flashlight for my birthday, and I used a remnant strand of gutted paracord to tie a Turk's head knot around the grip with a simple wrist loop lanyard to finish. :)
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Nice. Its not just the cord work; the photos are fantastic. Artwork.

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Paracord wallet lanyard...

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What knot(s) is/are this long lanyard?

I need something similar for a trucker's wallet...

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LoL... there are no coincidences. ^^^

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