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This multi-colored monkey's fist I discovered while trying to find out a way to remove flaws in the original monkey's fist when making turns from one direction to ...
here you can see an illustration of a monkey's fist done all with one string. It was used originally as a heaving line for sailors. This one we ...
Here, I have 3 pieces of para-cord, you may use rope or any knotting cord. Dice for the core of the monkey's fist. Pic or a pointed tool ...
This home made tool will aid you in tying a monkey's fist. It is easily made by cutting a wire clothes hanger with a pair of wire cutters ...
Now we can begin to start the monkeys fist. Start by holding a piece of cord as shown below as you begin to wrap the paracord around the ...
Now you will make four complete turns making sure all sides have 4 strands before continuing to the next step.
Now you will begin making the next wrap of color making your way around the gray with the orange as shown. Again making 4 complete rounds and making ...
here you see the second layer taking shape after you have made your rounds.
Now you will start with the final strands looping over and under the orange feeding the cord as you make 4 more rotations. before you completely finish the ...
In this step you will begin to tighten the cord. You will pull slack to work with and begin working the slack out of the line toward the ...
Now that you have the knot snug as I do here, you will start to cut and tuck .
As illustrated, you can see that I have cut the blue cord and push the pic through on the opposite side to recess the cut end, to conceal ...
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