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When I make a knife, I usually use micarta or wood for a handle, but sometimes I'll do a cord wrap. When people think of a cord wrapped ...
You need: ruler paracord (2 colors) lighter multi-tool (or you can just get pliers, pointy pokey thing, and a knife for cutting cord)
Cut the paracord into the needed lengths, I used 4' of each color, just remember that it's easier to cut off extra cord than it is to add ...
Ducttape the blade (I hate cutting myself while wrapping a knife). Push an inch or so worth of cord through the starting hole. This is where we need ...
You know the first knot you do when you tie your shoes? This is the knot we'll use. Pull the cords around to the same side that the ...
I like to watch a good tv show or something while doing wrapping. Just make sure your still paying attention to what your doing.
When you get to the end hole, one cord will be right at the hole, one will be further away. In this case black was closest. Pull the ...
Take the now wrapped knife, and tape off most of the blade and any areas you don't want resin on, you can typically pop the resin right off ...
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