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I needed a cheap, adjustable sling for a new yoga mat and this is what I came up with. I used a pair of round shoelaces, but you could just as easily use paracord or some other rope.

Step 1: Materials

All you need is a pair of shoelaces!

The pair  I used happened to by 72" long, but I had lots of extra string left over. Fifty inch laces should be plenty long. Alternatively, measure and cut two pieces of rope - one 30" and one 50" (one of the laces will have to be trimmed anyway). Stay away from polypropylene ropes or anything else that is too slick as this sling relies on friction for readjustments.
<p>thank you so much! </p><p>i followed your instructions. made my own shoe lace tote! </p><p>: )</p>
<p>thank you so much! </p><p>i followed your instructions. made my own shoe lace tote! </p><p>: )</p>
<p>Hi! Thanks for the instructions. I just used this for my own yoga mat sling and it works great!</p><p>My only suggestion would be to substitute the last slipknot for adjusting the strap length with a taut line hitch: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taut-line_hitch. It'll move less under load. =)</p>

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