## Step 9: Loop the Paracord Around, Over, Under, Over

Being careful to preserve the side-by-side arrangement, loop the paracord around and down, weaving over the first portion, under the second, and over the third (anchor), with the free portion heading off to the bottom.
Sorry, but coming from a country where imperial measurements aren't even taught I have no idea what lengths of paracord I need! :P Would you be able to advise how long these measurements are (e.g. 48 inches or 1.21 metres)? Thanks a lot!
Hello! <br> <br>I'm not 100% sure what you're asking for, since you already know that 48 inches is about 1.21 meters? To give yourself plenty of wiggle room, I'd probably got with 1.5 meters. <br> <br>I apologize for my American-centric viewpoint!
U.S logic ;)
Ah that's alright, thanks a lot. No don't worry, I hadn't quite realised that it was one 48 inch length rather than a length of 1 48 inches, which I hadn't come across.<br><br>Thanks for the clarification!
<p>I made this for my wife. I changed it a bit though.</p><p>I made the heart with the two strands, but then with the single strand for you and me. I made those into hearts as well. I also change the text to: Two Hearts Woven Together for Eternity.</p><p>If anyone wants to see a picture I change post one.</p>
<p>shame on this site for saying it is free then charging for this download. I am out</p>
I only did the Knott
would shoestring work as well? I can't find any paracord locally.....n it's too close to Valentine's day to get some online.......
This is honestly one of the coolest couple things ive seen
Thank you very much!
Sorry, but coming from a country where imperial measurements aren't even taught I have no idea what lengths of paracord I need! :P Would you be able to advise how long these measurements are (e.g. 48 inches or 1.21 metres)? Thanks a lot!
Nicely done...and PERFECTLY timed. The Mrs. was being particularly coy this year about what to get her, so I think between this and few Celtic Heart pendants, I should at lest get the A for effort :D
I wish you well on your quest for that A!
Got the A :D LOL<br><br>I do have to say though...this was a hell of a lot harder than I thought at first glance. Had tied the knot dozens of times before, but keeping the 2 parallel is a MUCH different story. Thanks again for the Ible. Realized real quick that it was much different weave using the 2 and would have been lost without it.
Good job on the A :-) I hope you were richly rewarded!<br><br>Keeping the two parallel is definitely a challenge! I retied it dozens of times myself trying to find the simplest way to explain it to others. But that's the whole point of the Ibles--translating hard-earned experience so others don't have to expend as much effort!
I couldn't find 550lb paracode at lowe's and sears, where did everyone find it?
I have gotten mine at campingsupply.com and amazon.com, but Tying It All Together (whose video I linked to) has a 10% off deal here: http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/storefront.aspx?Coupon=TIAT-paracord
check with your local army/navy store. That's where I get mine. Here it is about about \$8 for 50 feet and they carry a bunch of different colors. The store here also has clasps for making bracelets.
Awesome instructable!! Glad to be the first to rate it! :D<br>
Thanks much!
What diameter is is 550lb cord? Please reply quickly I need to post this soon, as South Africa's postal service isn't the quickest :). Thanks for the instrucable, great idea and execution!
I'm not sure what you mean by diameter? Of the unflattened cord? It's about 3/16ths of an inch or about 4mm. If you do a search on 550 cord there are plenty of options.
Just finished mine in time for Valentine's Day! Awesome instructable!! Rather easy to make and much easier thanks to your well written comments and slides! I look forward to seeing (and attempting!) other things you have! Thanks!! :D
Hey, great job! I haven't actually seen anyone else's product, so I was just taking it on faith that the instructions were good enough :-) I'm glad you enjoyed it, and I hope your honey likes it!
Awesome!!!<br>I have someone, that while we aren't &quot;together&quot; (never have been and probably never will be) have a very special bond that's stronger than any couple I know of due to a shared hardship. I have been going nuts trying to find a valentines gift that would be appropriate and really show what our bond means to me. And I just found it! <br><br><br>While I would never get her just a card, she adores handmade things. And this she will absolutely adore.<br><br>Thanks!!!
I'm glad to be able to help in such a special situation!<br><br>This can be adapted to be more than just a card. I have used a deep frame with a deep matting to mount the knot, and did a 3D pop out of the words. I have attached a picture of it, albeit before the glass was put on so it doesn't look quite as good as it did when it was done. That might give you another idea, though!<br><br>I, too, have a beau apart from me--I think the next one I post you will also find useful as a gift for your love. All of these get sent to him before I make a tutorial out of them :-)
Thanks!
I learned from that video too! I made a three heart chain using an old ipod charger chord and it was the cutest geeky thing id ever made xD
also great idble!!! :D so cute!<br>
The ipod charger chain sounds super sweet! Thanks for liking the instrucable!