This process is great for all kinds of cord, it can be used on a coil or a bundle. For example i did this with a role of camo cord that i keep handy i...
I've been doing a lot of work with paracord recently and came up with this tidy way of keeping it organised. It keeps it tidy and untangled and is really easy to unravel when needed. I would usually do it with about a meter of loose end from the main bundle but for demonstration purposes ive used red as it is more contrasting. Ive decided to call this technique "Bight Whipping" due to its similarity with other rope whipping i've seen around.
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Start by laying one length of cord behind the coil then fold it back so theres a loop. Then pull the end closest to you and lay it over the rest of the coil (this should be the shortest one). Now pull the loop round and over the short end. This is the start of what i call "Bight Whipping"