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How to make a paracord axe handle wrap
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to make a paracord axe handle wrap. It is made in a quick deploy fashion, which means it can be completely unraveled in a matter of second when needed. For those familiar with the chain sinnet, this is going to be quite familiar. A photo tutorial on this wrap can be found here: http://www.paracordguild.com/make-paracord-axe-handle-wrap/ Consider supporting the channel: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 1051192 Paracord guild
West country whipping- an easy paracord wrap
 
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In this tutorial tutorial I demonstrate how to make a simple paracord wrap. The wrap is done with half knots, alternating the tying onto the front and back side. We finish the wrap with a reef knot. The knot is also known as ABoK 3458. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 140343 Paracord guild
Long Crown and diamond knot
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate the longer version of the Crown and diamond knot. The knot is not the easiest to tie, so it makes it a nice little challenge with a neat result. This knot is presented in The Ashley book of knots, but with an error. You can find it under number 785. The basic Crown and diamond knot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4ymIV6dMnk Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 148729 Paracord guild
Star knot
 
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In this tutorial we tie the single strand star knot. This knot may be a bit tricky at first, but the result is well worth it. A photo tutorial may also be helpful: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-star-knot/ Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 270932 Paracord guild
How to tie the pipa knot
 
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The pipa knot is a decorative knot often used to make pendants, keychains or earrings. It was also often used as a clasp in Chinese knot work. A step by step tutorial is available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-pipa-knot Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 36861 Paracord guild
How to make paracord ranger beads
 
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Making paracord ranger beads is very useful. Not only can they serve for their original purpose, but you can also use them to tighten wrist lanyards or make rosaries. The Celtic button knot tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdMlLO7OcjQ See the original article here: http://www.paracordguild.com/make-paracord-ranger-beads Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLeod and Jey Row.
Views: 154378 Paracord guild
2 strand ringbolt hitching
 
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In this short tutorial I show you how to do the 2 strand ringbolt hitching. It works well as a wrap for various items. It is also featured in the ABoK under number 3609. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 130567 Paracord guild
How to tie a globe knot
 
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In this tutorial I show you a way to make a globe knot big enough to cover marbles and ball bearings, as well as how to make this knot a bit bigger by doubling the cords used. Originally, this method of tying the knot was shown by J.D.Lenzen, but I modified it a bit for easy tying. In general, globe knots come in a variety of sizes. They are defined by facets or crossings. A globe knot with more facets is usually larger and will be able to cover a larger object. They can be quite interesting to use and explore. To tie this knot you can also use the following tutorial: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-globe-knot Consider supporting the channel: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 540818 Paracord guild
Fixing a broken zipper with paracord-  extended Matthew Walker knot
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to fix a broken zipper using the extended Matthew Walker knot. This type of zipper pull looks great, is hard to unravel, is washable and comfortable to use. Another tutorial on the knot if you hit a snag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNLuxf82yts Another zipper pull, this time with the cross knot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VExR39vFAuE Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 104939 Paracord guild
How to tie the snake knot
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to tie a snake knot. The knot has many uses in rope crafts, from making bracelets, lanyards, to even making dog leashes and zipper pulls. It is a very common knot in the paracord crafts, so I highly recommend learning it. Find more useful knots here: http://www.paracordguild.com/category/paracord-knots Consider supporting the channel: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 3100370 Paracord guild
Double lanyard knot
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to tie the double lanyard knot. There are a bunch of lanyard knots you could classify as double lanyard knots. This one in particular is about twice the length of the standard lanyard knot. As such it is perfect for paracord knife lanyards, but it can also work in many other projects. See the photo tutorial for more information on the knot: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-double-lanyard-knot/ Enjoy the video! If you enjoy this channel, consider supporting it! https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 152371 Paracord guild
2 strand gaucho knot button
 
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In this tutorial we tie a small, 2 strand gaucho knot. It can serve well as a button knot and can be used to make zipper pulls as well. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 61196 Paracord guild
Round rope mat
 
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In this short tutorial I demonstrate how to make a round rope mat. This is a 7 bight, 3 part turk's head. As you will see it is very simple and fast to tie. For a 4 pass version you will need about 12 feet of paracord. See the photo tutorial as well: http://www.paracordguild.com/round-rope-mat-tutorial/ Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg Enjoy the video! If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 52560 Paracord guild
How to tie a Spanish ring knot
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to make a Spanish ring knot. If the tutorial is too fast for you, consider slowing it down using the built in Youtube function. A step by step photo tutorial may come in very handy, you can find it here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-spanish-ring-knot-2-passes Enjoy the tutorial! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 56952 Paracord guild
Triangular knot
 
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This knot is a 2 strand stopper knot. It is based on the footrope knot, but stopped just before finishing. Basically, it is a true "crown and wall" knot. Alas, I was not able to find a name, so I dubbed it the "Triangular knot". Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 15915 Paracord guild
Hangman's noose paracord bracelet/hair strap
 
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This simple bracelet design is adjustable and looks quite neat. It uses little cord to make. It can double up as a hair strap when needed, which is quite handy as well. I have first seen this bracelet made by Arty Transit. Although he is humble in claiming credit, thank you for sharing this cool design! A photo tutorial on making this bracelet can be found here: http://www.paracordguild.com/hangmans-noose-bracelet/ Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 488178 Paracord guild
How to tie the cat's paw knot
 
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The cat's paw knot is a common fishing knot often used to attach rope or cord to various objects. In essence it is a more secure lark's head knot. In my opinion it looks a lot nicer than the lark's head and I can see the knot being used to make lanyards and such. Find a photo tutorial here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-cats-paw-knot Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 29772 Paracord guild
3 color Mated snake knot paracord bracelet
 
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In this tutorial we tie a Mated snake knot paracord bracelet using 3 colors. To tie such a bracelet you will need 3 cords, each at least 6 feet long. I also used a 5/8 inch bracelet buckle. This weave is fun to do and results in quite a nice bracelet. You can find the photo tutorial on this bracelet here: http://www.paracordguild.com/mated-snake-knot-paracord-bracelet-3-colors-tutorial/ Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg Enjoy the video! If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 644464 Paracord guild
Corncob braid
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to braid the corncob braid. It is a nice braid for various paracord wraps and can be used on handles and other objects. It is not a braid that is used often, so I wanted to try it out and show it to you guys, so you can get to know it. It is always nice to learn a new braid, you never know what it can offer you! I learned this braid from Bruce Grant's encyclopedia, a handy book that I really appreciate. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 62994 Paracord guild
Spiral hitching aka French hitching
 
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Another popular hitching style is spiral hitching. This was often used to cover many parts of the ship and is not only highly decorative, but also handy, it improves the grip. It is also called French hitching. In future videos I will also feature a few variations of this style. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 16002 Paracord guild
Fish-scale braid
 
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This time we take a look at how to braid the fish-scale braid. This is an easy braid that can be used to wrap around objects such as lighters, water bottles etc. It can also be used to make a great looking belt. More info on the braid: http://www.paracordguild.com/fish-scale-braid Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 272104 Paracord guild
Multi strand Matthew Walker knot
 
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In this tutorial we tie the multi-strand Matthew Walker knot. Learning how to tie the Matthew Walker knot is just the start. The big challenge is tightening it properly. All in all, taking a few minutes to practice this knot is time well spent, since this knot is not only beautiful, but comes in really handy for finishing braids, transitioning into different styles of braiding. Learn more about Matthew Walker knots here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-matthew-walker-knot/ Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 47237 Paracord guild
Single strand Matthew Walker knot
 
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In this tutorial we tie the single strand Matthew Walker knot. The knot is fairly easy to tie and has an unique look to it. It is tied by basically going over all the cords on the front of the knot and under all the cords in the back. This tutorial was inspired by the work of Matthias Agnello. A short photo tutorial is available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/single-strand-matthew-walker-knot-tutorial/ Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg Enjoy the video! If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 83385 Paracord guild
3 strand ringbolt hitching
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate the 3 strand ringbolt hitching. It can be modified easily by using more strands. The technique is featured in the ABoK under number 3605. To start and finish the the hitching you can use this method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8pfpmL8Ecc Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 18904 Paracord guild
How to join paracord properly for decorative work-  "The Manny method"
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to join paracord. Joining paracord is one of the fundamental tasks when creating with paracord, especially in multiple colors. For this purpose we take a look at the "Manny method", named after Manuel Zambrano who introduced this method to the paracord community. This bond has a number of advantages over the melting method: - it is very secure - enables you to join polyester and nylon cords - looks good For a photo tutorial, see the following article: http://www.paracordguild.com/how-to-join-paracord-manny-method/ Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg Enjoy the video! If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 406732 Paracord guild
Snake knot paracord cross
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to make a snake knot paracord cross. The cross is made using 2 strands of paracord, one 2 feet long and one 2,5 feet long. We line up three knots for the top part with our 2 feet long cord. We then line up 6 knots onto the longer, 2,5 feet long cord. Finally we then bring the ends together, 2 strands to each side and make three knots using the strands sticking out. Not hard at all :). For those interested in adding the metal part into the loop, search for a "rope thimble": http://amzn.to/1Zh7ziI For more information see the photo tutorial: http://www.paracordguild.com/snake-knot-paracord-cross-tutorial/ Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg Enjoy the video! If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 559581 Paracord guild
4 strand round braid- the diamond braid
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to braid the most basic round braid used in the paracord crafts. It is the so called 4 strand braid or diamond braid. It is commonly used to make necklaces and leashes. Make sure you braid this tightly. Find out more on braiding paracord here: http://www.paracordguild.com/how-braid-paracord Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 47038 Paracord guild
How to tie a turk's head knot- the woggle
 
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This tutorial show you how to tie a long, three part turk's head knot. A step by step photo tutorial can be found here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-turks-head-knot This is the most common style of turk's head knots and should be considered as a basis with which you can tie more advanced knots. It can be compared quite well with a three strand flat braid, but it is done around an object, making a continuous loop. It can be later doubled, tripled and so on, as shown in the video. Commonly it is used to attach cord to an object in a decorative way or to decorate various handles, walking sticks, etc. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 68339 Paracord guild
Quick deploy paracord fishtail bracelet
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to make a quick deploy version of the fishtail paracord bracelet. It was inspired by Brian Grubbs a while back. The bracelet stores quite a bit of cord and deploys within seconds, making it ideal for survival scenarios. If you want to make the Celtic button knot for the stopper knot, this is the tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdMlLO7OcjQ You can find paracord here: http://amzn.to/17gTGLW Music by Kevin MacLeod and Jey Row.
Views: 46582 Paracord guild
Paracord camera strap
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate a simple way of making a paracord camera strap. A good piece of equipment for keeping your camera, lenses and other gear safe! Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 80310 Paracord guild
How to finger knit paracord
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to finger knit paracord or any rope for that matter. This is a technique useful for making lanyards, dog leashes and such. Finger knitting produces a result similar to spool knitting, but without requiring a spool to do it. A step by step image tutorial is available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/finger-knit-paracord Enjoy! Music by Kevin Macloud and Jey Row.
Views: 55951 Paracord guild
Bottle sling knot- "jug sling"
 
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In this video I show you how to tie a bottle sling knot also know as a "jug sling" or a "jar sling" knot. This knot is also presented in the Ashley book of knots under number 1142. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 29045 Paracord guild
4L5B turk's head
 
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In this video I tie a 4L5B turk's head, a close cousin to the 5L4B turk's head. Although similar, this knot is wider and shorter, having 1 less part and 1 more bight. The tying process for such a knot is not the most obvious, so this tutorial should clear it up! A tutorial on the 5L4B turk's head: http://www.paracordguild.com/5-lead-4-bight-turks-head Enjoy the video! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 15847 Paracord guild
Angler's loop- the perfection loop
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to tie the Angler's loop, a loop commonly used in fishing. It is also called the "Perfection loop" and it is featured in the ABoK under number 1017. The loop is secure, easy to tie and works similarly to a bowline knot. It is a great knot to use with slippery line, stretchy cordage and smaller cordage. It is prone to jamming though, so use it when you do not plan to untie it in the future. Enjoy the video! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 52946 Paracord guild
5 part 6 bight turk's head
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to tie the 5 lead, 6 bight turk's head. The knot looks quite nice in itself, but it can also be expanded into nice looking, advanced knots such as the Flores button knot and the Barcus knot. I will show these later on, but I wanted to share this tutorial beforehand. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 98521 Paracord guild
Zipper sinnet- the two strand braid
 
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The two strand braid, also called the zipper sinnet is a modification of the chain sinnet. Unlike the chain sinnet, it is made using two strands and loops which are passed into one another to create a nice looking sinnet. This style is also quick deployment ready, being able to unravel quickly if the need arises. This technique can be used for making bracelets, keychains. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 47579 Paracord guild
Single strand ringbolt hitching
 
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In this quick tutorial I demonstrate one of the simplest wrapping techniques, the single strand ringbolt hitching. Simple as it is, it looks great! Makes for some nice paracord wraps! A useful tutorial on binding the ends to begin and end a wrap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8pfpmL8Ecc Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 18567 Paracord guild
Zigzag ringbolt hitching
 
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In this video I demonstrate another ringbolt hitching style called Zig Zag hitching. It is a nice looking style. The key to making it nice and even is as always in the tightening! The hitching is also demonstrated in the ABoK under number 3610. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 39893 Paracord guild
Gaucho stopper knot- 2 strand 4 bight
 
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In this video I demonstrate a 2 stranded stopper knot with a gaucho knot look. It has 4 bights and serves well as a more decorative knot to the commonly used lanyard knot. It works especially well as a decorative knot, especially on lanyards. See the smaller version of the knot here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgM4qSvWtJc Enjoy the video! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 176833 Paracord guild
How to start a braid using a turk's head knot
 
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In this tutorial we take a look at how to start a braid around a core, using a 3 part turk's head. Inspired by Bruce Grant. This is a clean, great looking way to start a braid. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 30580 Paracord guild
Heart stitched paracord bracelet
 
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In this tutorial we stitch a heart pattern on a cobra paracord bracelet. How romantic! There are quite a few ways of getting this pattern done, I chose this one because it is fast, easy and uses very little cord. I used up a bit over 4 feet of microcord to stitch a 6 inch weave. The bracelet I stitched is the Cobra knot paracord bracelet: http://www.paracordguild.com/cobra-paracord-bracelet/ A photo tutorial on this stitch is available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/heart-stitched-paracord-bracelet-tutorial/ Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg Enjoy the video! If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 166225 Paracord guild
Toggle knot- ABoK 615
 
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This knot is an alternative to the lanyard knot. Although it is harder to tie, it provides an exotic and beautiful look to your bracelets. In essence it is an 8L3B turk's head. The last pass on the knot is then only done half way from each side to make a toggle. The run list is the work of Melvin Thomas, I only adapted it slightly. I usually tie this knot on a dowel rod about 3/8 of an inch wide. This makes is much less bothersome to adjust and tighten. I then tighten it around a piece of a toothpick to stiffen it up a bit more. I also do not use pins, but there is a really good tutorial from Dman if you prefer using those: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8S11Yh4weSE Be patient when learning this knot, it is all trial and error. I know I needed a handful of tries to get it done to the point I could call it a good looking knot! An useful tip from Dman's tutorial is to soak the knot in hot water once you have tightened it, to make it harder. A photo tutorial is also available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/the-toggle-knot-abok-615 Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 12328 Paracord guild
How to tie a Celtic button knot
 
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The Celtic button knot is one of the most vital knots in the paracord crafts. It is in essence a single strand stopper knot. It is used to close off bracelets and as a decorative knot. The knot is featured in the ABoK under the number 545. A photo tutorial is also available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-celtic-button-knot Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLeod and Jey Row.
Views: 56261 Paracord guild
2 strand wall knot
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to tie a 2 strand wall knot, which can be a nice substitute for the snake knot. The knot comes in handy when tying lanyards, keychains, even bracelets. The knot can be found under number 775 and 729 in the ABoK. I find the multi strand version much easier to tie, but the 2 strand version has a ton of uses! A photo tutorial is also available: http://www.paracordguild.com/2-strand-wall-knot-tutorial/ Enjoy the video! If you like this video and would like to see more, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 319481 Paracord guild
Spool knitting with 3 pegs/pins
 
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In this video we take a look at how to spool knit using 3 pegs. This produces a bulkier knittings, so using smaller cords might prove useful. A step by step photo tutorial on 3 peg spool knitting is also available here: http://www.paracordguild.com/three-four-peg-spool-knitting/ Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 15574 Paracord guild
6 strand round braid
 
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In this tutorial I show you how to braid a 6- strand round braid. While this can be done around a core, I did it without one. From this part on, it is all about finding a proper color sequence to make a beautiful braid. Find a picture tutorial here: http://www.paracordguild.com/6-strand-round-braid Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin Macloud and Jey Row.
Views: 123374 Paracord guild
How to tie the constrictor knot
 
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In this quick tutorial I demonstrate how to tie the constrictor knot. It is quite a common and practical knot often used to attach rope or cord onto an object or to create things like bundles. Find out more on the knot here: http://www.paracordguild.com/tie-constrictor-knot Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 42425 Paracord guild
The herringbone braid
 
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In this tutorial I show you the herringbone braid. The braid can be done with various numbers of strands, commonly up from 6. It is a very versatile braid indeed. It is used for covering handles, making whips, as well as leashes. The braid can be tied with a core or without. Find out more on the braid here: http://www.paracordguild.com/herringbone-braid I demonstrate the braid using 8 strands, but the basic procedure splitting up the opposing cords in half can be used with 12 or more strands just as well. Basically, we pass the top cords around the back and split the cords on the other side, then return to the bottom on the side we took the strand from. Enjoy the video! Music by Kevin MacLoud and Jey Row.
Views: 34234 Paracord guild
Flat lanyard knot
 
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In this tutorial I demonstrate how to tie the Flat lanyard knot, also called the Boatswain's lanyard, Whistle lanyard and the Chinese knot (which knot is not called the Chinese knot?). It is shown in the Ashley book of knots under number 818. I have modified the tying process. It can also be used to create an Ocean plait mat. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 22189 Paracord guild
Double footrope knot
 
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In this video I demonstrate the double footrope knot. It is basically a 2 pass version of the footrope knot. Enjoy the tutorial! Subscribe to the channel here: http://bit.ly/1XrDZXg If you like this video and channel, consider supporting the site and channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/paracord_guild
Views: 10394 Paracord guild