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Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by Dr Jekell, Nov 4, 2012.
I chose to go with the tighter one. It was really stiff originally but playing with it softened it nicely. It will keep getting softer like a leather strap over time too.
Have the clones been at it again??
Those are old, but the clones do have to produce two items a week so that there isn't a made rush when the have their annual Treps marketplace.
Up the quota to 50 a week each and sell them on Instagram. Instant home business.
LOL. First, I don't think that would work, and, second, I'll never join Instagram just so I can avoid giving SP the satisfaction.
How many camera straps is enough? Well just one really but to find it you have to go through a journey...
These were made with simple basic knots like cobra/solomon, 4 strand round knot, square knot and snake not. Was looking through my finished paracord projects box looking for something and came across these. I got few more straps but those are same weaves with different colors.
My vocabulary cannot express just how awesome I find these! May have to try that out myself!
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My 'Spyderco Salt I' edc pocket knife with a paracord lanyard/fob, made with gutted olive drab paracord tied in a gaucho knot which was tightened over a wooden bead, then added a black paracord loop finished with a two-strand stopper knot.
From another angle...
Two coiled paracord lanyards. The smaller one is a prototype to see if I could do it right and the bigger one is waiting for some heat shrink tubing that I'll put over the connection bits to make it look cleaner.
Slightly improved version of my first ever lanyard.
I'm planning a significantly upgraded version using this colour/bead scheme.
I sent some 9mm casings off to be cerakoted and they turned out amazing. I put a quick lanyard together with one of them for this shot
by eightsevenfivefps, on Flickr
Wow! Nice work! I have a Lanards & Fobs- love or hate? Thread herer on EDCF- please stop by and share your neat ideas!
Off topic what's the info on that rad little pry tool
Somebody at work asked me to make some "paracord stuff" for his new knives.
Quite pleased with these for my first attempt.
Two peg spool knit and two-strand wall knot finger loop lanyard/fob, tied with 0.9mm braided nylon cord/mini blind string.
Another gutted paracord gaucho knot over wooden bead, and some glow-in-the-dark paracord tied with an extended two-strand Matthew Walker knot, attached to a Boker auto/flick knife.
Auto/flick knife paracord lanyard by David Hopper, on Flickr
I love that
Stormdrane LOVE that gaucho knot.