I needed a way of managing my larger scale paracord knotting projects. A loom is the way to go.

I came up with my Paracord Magnetic Metal Loom.

Utilizing magnet hooks for the upper and lower holders, gives me quick adjustments. The used of a mini bungee cord keeps tension on the cords while knotting.

Working with long lengths of cord is tricky enough, this made it a little easier.

Step 1: Design

I first thought of wood, but the thought of all the variable locations and drilling holes made me think of alternatives.

My love for magnets sent me to the local building supply store.

I found metal studs or steel framing to fit the build - perfect.

<p>Thank you for your Instructable</p><p>Nice job.</p><p>Rima</p>
Thank you, I really liked working on this project.<br>Warmly<br>Scott
<p>Neat project Scott! Well done :-)</p>
Truly appreciate your nice feedback. <br>Instructables is my place of serenity.<br>All my best to you.<br>Scott <br>
<p>No problem, voted also! :-)</p>
its not a loom its a jig
Thank you for viewing my instructables.<br><br>220 221<br><br>Cheerfully<br>Scott

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