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 4½ inches of cord to create the loop.

Gather the three strands together and then measure from one end down to 17¾ inches.

Hold the three strands at the 17¾ point, and then grab a strip of tape to secure the paracord together (make sure to place the tape edge against the 17¾ point).
<p>Super cool. My first try at any para cord stuff, turned out fantastic. Awesome job on the instructions :)</p>
<p>I'm pretty much a novice, but, still, I must be missing something. A 4-strand crown sinnet is the typical summer camp lanyard that I tied since I was 7. But neither your directions, nor the picture where the 6 strands first overlap make any sense to me (your direction are about backwards C on top of the left strand, vs the picture look like the opposite). I've looked for 6-strand sinnets all over the Internets, but there's little help. Video, maybe?</p>
So which end do you start the braid (handle portion) of the fender? Do I braid the 17 3/4 end or the 22 3/4 end?
<p>22 3/4</p>
I believe that this keychain fob is by far one of my favorite paracord projects!!
<p>Will this float?</p>
<p>I haven't done a lot of work like this but this was easy to follow. I found it easier when tying the Crown Sinnet to put it in the neck of a bottle</p>
<p>Yep, I'm done! Thanks for posting!</p>
<p>I did this one over the summer</p>
im really struggling with the foot knot to finish, any chance you have a video or a couple more pics ? i get to the stage where i need to put the ends through again, then it looks nothing like yours!
I apologize for not replying earlier and I hope that you have achieved success, but for everyone else who may be having trouble finishing the fender, here's a link on tying a&nbsp;<a href="http://www.ropeworks.biz/reader/footrope.pdf" rel="nofollow">Footrope Knot</a>. You may also finish it with a simple Wall Knot, both methods will yield a great looking fender.
thankyou , was a fiddle but got there in the end seems to be holding ok . cheers mate <br>
I love it and I found this really easy to follow many thanks regards Mish from Wales UK
Well, I went from a very easy water bottle handle to this. The foot hold knot at the top stumped me, but I was finally able to pull it off. Mine doesn't look as good as yours at the top, but for my second paracord project ever, I think it looks pretty darn good.
I can't tie the foot hold knot at the top could you give a link to a taturial on that knot thanks
I'm in Canadian sea cadets and that is actually a bell rope commonly found on a bell for decuration and a Handel
I will definitely be trying this within the next day or so... if I can get it to turn out, I'll post some pics... thanks for posting!!!!
One thing this would be great for is a rope thrower like a monkey fist youcan use it to put longer ropes up into trees or over limbs to hang those backpacks full of food up to keep the pesky bears away or at least watch them dance trying to reach it !
Just made my first one, instructions were very clear and easy to follow! Thank You :) Just curious, how long did it take you to make your first one? Mine took a little over an hour (was watching tv too while doing it) :)
Good Job, it looks great! The first one I tied probably took longer than that because I tried several different starting and finishing techniques. Tying paracord designs and watching tv is one of my favorite pastimes, lol.
can you take it apart later and use in survival situation????
You could, but when I tie &quot;survival' paracord designs, I usually like to be able to deploy it quickly with a single long strand. This wouldn't unravel quickly and it would have multiple short strands.
Nice instructable, only trouble i had was with the last step. Tucking it up part to be precise, still not sure if i did it correct but it seems to be holding together so cheers!
Thanks, that last step was a little tricky to photograph correctly. The knot that is used in the step is called a Doubled Footrope Knot. I learned the tying technique from &quot;The Complete Book of Decorative Knots&quot;. Google Books provides a preview of the book which shows the instructions a little better, here's the <a href="http://books.google.com/books?id=XZ2lM5Fy54UC&pg=PA50&dq=The+complete+Book+of+Decorative+Knots+footrope+knot&hl=en&sa=X&ei=2RRrT4znE-rUsgLh353oBQ&ved=0CEYQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=The%20complete%20Book%20of%20Decorative%20Knots%20footrope%20knot&f=false" rel="nofollow">link</a>.
This was the best way I have ever seen it explained and now I finally got it. Thanks for the instructions. I am going to make one out off thicker paracord to use as decoration.
This is so wonderful <br>I am definitely going to make it<br>
Awesome work, Thank you <br>
I'm definitely going to try this with my daughter, but for future Instructables, you may want to use different colored paracords. It's a little hard to see which side the cord is threaded on the black-on-black-on-black cords. TFTI!
That was a mistake on my part, I usually try to use contrasting colors. I chose to use black because I had the lengths needed for this design beforehand. I appreciate the feedback and I hope you and your daughter enjoy tying this design.<br><br>
Thanks for the feedback, this is not an easy tutorial to make clear directions, but I was careful to show every point in hopes that it will be easy for everyone to tie.
Looks so good - wonderful photos!
That is crazy! Awesome!

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