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This pocket demonstrates how to string 6 diamond mesh. 6 diamond is a great alternative to standard mesh, and is the most commonly used "monster mesh" in lacrosse. ...
1 piece of 6 diamond mesh. 2 sidewall strings, about twice the length of your head 1 top string just a little smaller 1 bottom string How ever ...
Stretch the mesh. I usually soak it in water as well
Find the first 5 diamond row and fold it on the the second 5 diamond row. You can use either side of the mesh but I prefer the ...
Go up through the plastic and then continue up through the mesh. Loop backaround the sidewall hole and through the mesh.
Pull it tight
Go through the plastic then the mesh.
Then go up through the mesh then the plastic and down through the loop you created.
Repeat, doing one loop in one mesh hole, then the adjacent mesh hole.
Start by Pulling the string through Plastic then Mesh.
Skip a hole, go through the plastic then the mesh and pull back through the loop you created. Repeat down the next three sidewall holes.
Next, we will create the pocket. Go up through the mesh WITHOUT going in the plastic first. Then do a regular interlock as shown above. What this does ...
Finish the sidewall by doing interlocks the rest of the way down, then go IN through the mesh and OUT through the plastic. Tie it off and you're ...
This is critical to the pocket shape, and definition. Go up through the first hole.
Then you go back around and up through the plastic
Go through any of the last two 5 diamond rows on the second to middle mesh hole. Then go through the next, there should be one hole in ...
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