Dave, that plafond knot looks nice!
You can use a pin point applicator to add a very small amount of super glue into the knot, on the trimmed ends to further secure them, but if you've tightened the knot good, that's usually not necessary.
I made this mini bell rope keyfob for a friend who's hobby is bellringing
Been busy making dog leads..
And some other bits.....
Very nice. Interesting mix of colors.
Hi to all i am new here. This is what i have made.
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Here some more Handmade by Paracord
Double Monkey fist
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I hope that help you….
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That's some beautiful works guys.
Can anyone suggest a good lanyard book for an absolute beginner? Also, a good place to buy supplies in the US?
I have a very basic beginner book called Boondoggle: A Book Of Lanyard & Lacing. It comes with some lanyard material to get you started and I just checked Amazon.com where it is still available for about 10 bucks.
Kind of funny in the same vein of the "xxx For Dummies" series but the book says: "100% Klutz Certified" on the cover.
Hope this helps.
River Bar Bracelet
King Cobra #1side
King Cobra #2side
Thats all for know i will share more in time.....
Very beautiful work.
desperandos, where are you getting the flat split rings from?
Very nice paracord work.
Beautiful work desperandos!
Great work desperandos! Nice pics too. I was going to put some of my stuff up, but now I'm not so sure!
I have looked everywhere and I can't find any metal beads with a large hole in them like you use. They look GREAT on your BEAUTIFUL lanyards and bracelets. Where can I purchase them?
click here) i hope that helps....
I ordered over $40.00 worth of beads with them a few minutes ago. Thanks for the address!
This paracord lanyard/fob is made with a series of Chinese crown knots, also known as the Chinese cross knot, rustler's knot, or friendship knot(as the cords come into the knot it resembles arms with hands grasping the wrist of the others).
I don't know if it has not been asked before (didn't have time to go through the whole thread), but does anyone have a book about those lanyards and knots in PDF?