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Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by cosine, Apr 15, 2006.
Unagi42 this has been in my pocket all day and sat under a diffused room light for 3 hours
Whipped up a little heart knot bracelet for my wife last night
Made a watch strap for my timex expedition.
So I ended making a watch strap using gutted paracord for the foundation since non-gutted would not fit under the pins. It was essentially a standalone strap:
The two ends are then fused together - one inserted inside the other, then melted, and stitched together, as described here: A better way to fuse paracord strands.
Then I used a Solomon V Bar pattern over that foundation.
Looking for advice on how to tie the end off of my paracord wrapped Candiru. Any thoughts? (Right now I just did a little temporary knot...didn't want to cut all the excess off until I figure out what to do) Thanks!
Diamond knot on the end.
in my EDC pics, you'd see a lot of Paracord being used.
It's fun to mess with, try different things and all that good stuff.
My favourite, still, is the square sinnet for fobs. I use it on my Gerber Shard and haven't looked back.
Changed the zipper pullers of my work bag.
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I have limited paracord skills hehe.
Well, with Independence Day coming up, how about an Old Glory bracelet?
That's very cool!!!
Thanks! Got the idea from Pinterest.
I'm doing a set for my family to wear on the 4th.
I forgot to post this here. GITD square weave on my Fenix E99Ti
I need the gitd paracord to find my flashlight, but I need my flashlight to charge the paracord!
j/k man. That's really cool.
Updated my car key setup with an s-biner and a paracord with aluminum bead (a carabiner lock)
Perpetual motion machine, or circular logic?
Here's the final setup, i added another loop making the paracord to have almost the same length of the car keys. It caught some glances in my workplace today
Been keeping it simple. Tying a few here and there at work to kill downtime.
And here's a young family member showing one off.
She can't read yet. And yes, this will be used to embarrass her in a few years.