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Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by cosine, Apr 15, 2006.
hey what kind of knife is that. great wrap by the way.
It's a Bark River, Bravo Necker. It's my current favorite blade. light weight and holds a razor sharp edge. You can pick one up in the color of your choice at our very own J.S. Burly's and support the forum at the same time.
Bravo Necker Link
A paracord bracelet with a few integrated Chinese lanyard knots...
Hey Stormdrane, you knit really wonderful. Hope to see and learn from you and your blog a lot.
An adjustable paracord watchband, made by weaving gutted paracord and using a buckle off an old watchband. There's still room for tweaking and improvement, but it still works...
It can also be worn without a watch as an adjustable paracord bracelet...
Now that's a watch that I'd wear! Nice work as usual, Stormdrane!
Excellent work Stormdrane, Fine watch to.
Nice job Stormdrane! I tried making a strap like that with some 2mm dacron line but it failed miserably. Makes me want to retry it with some paracord!!!
Using gutted paracord kept it thin enough for the buckle/pin to work through the woven band, where anything thicker hasn't worked for me.
Here's a flat braided version of an adjustable paracord watchband/strap...
Again, awesome work Stormdrane :thumbsup:!!!
Here is a simple turkshead i put on a little capsule lighter.
Very nice watch mod. link?
There's no tutorial, but I described the process on my blog.
Here's a half hitched aluminum water bottle sleeve, tied the same way I did the paracord pouch/can koozie, but spaced the hitches further apart. I used about 30 feet of paracord to cover the 750ml bottle.
How do you make one of these? i have a bottle i'd like to make one for but i have no idea how.
Here's a link showing how to do half hitching/needle hitching over a bottle. I add a separate cord/cord lock at the start to make it removable from the bottle.
Here's my version of a 'Rattlesnake' Fob in Coyote Brown and OD Green...
It looks good done in two tone. O0
A long 2 bight turks head knot on a walking cane, in black, olive drab, and tan paracord.