This is my first instructable, so feel free to let me know if there is anything I can do to make it better.

I'll be showing you how I made a fitted net to carry a nalgene bottle or other jar/bottle/item.

using the lid loop on the canteen works, but I have had several break after a while, and then I am doomed to loose the lid.

The net gives you multiple attachment options and offers some protection against rubbing.

I based my design on the instructions found here: http://www.knifeforums.com/forums/showtopic.php?tid/771863/hl/tutorial/tp/1/

I used a different knot for the bottom, in hopes of keeping the canteen more stable, but its still pretty wobbly.

Step 1: Gather the Supplies

I used:

1 Nalgene bottle (mine is extra awesome because I found it on the ground in La Grange TX)

2 Pieces of Paracord - 4 Armspan* piece and a one Armspan* piece

Cutting tool

Lighter to prevent fraying.

Knot book - optional but I always like to have it nearby when working with rope.

*My Armspan is about 6 feet, if yours is significantly larger or smaller add or remove armspans to compensate.

<p>Here it is! Once I figured out how to tie the knot I flew through this project!</p>
I appreciate your instructions! I was looking for a water bottle sling I could make to carry water for my dog on walks and your's fit the bill with a few variations. <br> <br>For the strap, I alternated between overhand knots and good luck knots, making a sort of chain link appearance and I added a wide Soloman's bar for the shoulder sling for comfort. It's worked out quite well. <br> <br>
After wanting to all summer long, I just made one. Thanks for taking the time to post this. It's going to come in very handy in the summer and it's just so much nicer when you know you made it yourself.<br>
I have that same exact book, got it on clearance. Nice job using a decorative knot in a utilitarian way. I Like It!!!
hmm. the square/reef knot doesn't take kindly to that sort of treatment. an improvement might be to tie a half hitch on either side, which would further secure the square knot as well as put the ends in the right direction for a loop.
that's 'cause he's a dog, not a cat :)
Why did you do it this way rather than just using the knot the more natural way, without making the new groups? Just curious if it was aesthetic or something else. : )
love that book and I agree on the Ashley Book of Knots ;)
I have the same knot book at home!&nbsp;
Nice knotting there.<br /> <br /> L<br />

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