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Solomon Criss Cross

Solomon Criss Cross For starters, attach the cords to the ring or clasp as usual. Thread the contrast cord as shown in the picture … … and tighten the first weaver knot. The contrast cords are crossed and led down … … before the next knot is tightened. Bring the ...

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Paracord Measurement Comparability Chart

Why Paracord?  Paracord is the survival wire of alternative as a result of it has a excessive tensile power in comparison with its small diameter. This makes it excellent for storing in an emergency equipment or in a quick-deploy bracelet. Our paracord and shock wire is rot resistant and UV fade resistant, ...

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30 Useful Paracord DIY Projects to Try in 2018

If you already have a paracord shop, you naturally make the keychains yourself and don’t buy them anywhere. My wife’s order “I need a new key ring”. So don’t think twice, a quick look into the left-over box and something else that is lying around. Finished Effort is minimal and the knots should ...

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Wide Sanctified

This tutorial was provided to me by Doris Gumplmair, who kindly gave me her permission to post it here. “Thanks a lot for this!”   Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified Wide sanctified ...

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Children clothes Beanie – knit happy – happy knitting blog

Introduce a kit for the baby – cardigan and hat! Size for baby 1 – 1.5 years. It is knitted from soft and warm wool with knitting needles No. 3.5.   The cardigan is knitted with raglan on top, without seams! The diagram shows the approximate distribution of loops (for your size you ...

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Surviving With an Every Day Carry Bag (EDC)

Are you searching for an informative article on what to have in your Every Day Carry Bag (EDC)? If you're new to prepping or preparing and interested in it, but not confident, one way is by finding out what to carry in your EDC gear bag. Bear in mind that ...

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