Crafty Tips For Braiding With Paracord

Before you start braiding anything with paracord, it is important to buy enough cord, keeping in mind that the length of paracord you should buy is dependent on the type of braid you will be doing. Creating a belt with a cobra braid for example, you will need about 50 ...

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Please Remember What's First – Wilderness Survival Tip

When in a survival situation, there are a lot of things that rush through your head. However, it is very important that you Please Remember What's First. That's PRWF for Protection, Rescue, Water, and Food. -Protection- Your first goal should always to ensure adequate protection. Even in 50 degree weather ...

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Friendship Bracelet String

The best part of making your own friendship bracelets is your bracelet will be as unique as you are! You have so many known patterns to choose from for friendship bracelets and can even design your own. There are tons of colors of embroidery floss available and you can use ...

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Nylon Whipmaking – Tips For Tighter Plaiting

The basic methods of plaiting or braiding can be learned pretty quickly, even by someone who's never been exposed to the process. Becoming a good plaiter or braider will take some time, and many of the subtle intricacies & techniques used by the best plaiters of today are gained through ...

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Altoids Mini Survival Kits: A Stupid Idea?

There's a trend that I've seen lately. Mini houses. People are building full blown houses on boat sized trailer frames and dragging them around the country. Survival kits are going in the same direction. Lately I've been seeing many resources devoted to Altoids mini kits. I think what draws people ...

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Surviving In The Wilderness

As a big game hunter, I will carry on me my weapon, binoculars and hunting knife. Also, I carry with me a small compact backpack that holds my essential hunting supplies, such as my face camp pant, ammunition, deer attractants such as doe pee, a pack saw to cut branches ...

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Essential Survival Gear For Elk Hunting

Anyone who has ever hunted for elk knows how challenging, frustrating, physically-demanding and even painful it can be. None the less, elk hunting can be very addictive. One can easily become obsessed to the point he or she is so focused on the hunt they may not realize how far ...

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6 Tips to Silencing Your Back Quiver

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to stay quiet on the hunt, one of the best methods to ensure you do just that is by silencing your quiver. Here are a few things that you should be checking: 1. Snaps and Buckles – Don’t let those snaps ...

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What Is Paracord?

Paracord is a general purpose cord used by all branches of the military as well as many camping and outdoor enthusiasts. It is commonly referred to as 550 cord because one strand can hold up to five hundred and fifty pounds without breaking. It’s composed of an outer nylon sheath ...

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Workshop for beginners to knit macrame knitting Today there are about a hundred variants of knitting knots. It takes years to study all types of macrame. However, to knit a beautiful product, it is enough to master only ten and fifteen techniques and replace them. To fasten the resulting part ...

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