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For those who don’t know, a fender is a bumper used mainly on boats to keep the boat from being damaged from bumping into objects. While this isn’t ...
3- Strands of paracord that are 40 inches long will create a keychain that is four inches tall (loop included) Scissors (any instrument that will cut the cord ...
If you want to create a keychain that is exactly like the one shown, the loop will need to be 3½ inches long once braided and will require ...
To start braiding, bring the outermost right-hand strand over the strand to its left. Then bring the outermost left-hand strand over the strand to its right. Continue this ...
Bring both taped ends together forming a loop; secure them together with a strip of tape. From the top of the strip of tape (the loop end), measure ...
The knot used to tie the fender is called a Crown Sinnet and can make a great looking decorative design to wrap objects in paracord. I. From the ...
You can finish the fender a few different ways, but with this example I chose to tie a Footrope Knot. Captain Charles Smith said this about tying the ...
To finish the fender you will need to remove the remainder of the excess strands. Use the scissors to trim the excess paracord as close as possible to ...
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