Step 2: Making the Loop

Cut a piece of cord 6-8" and feed through the zipper.
Hold the two halfs of the cord together making one thicker cord.
Loosely tie a "Handover" Knot with the two cords together.
With the knot loosely tied you can slide the knot up or down to adjust the loop size.
Once your happy with the size of the loop then tighten the knot.
Next cut off the excess cord from the loop about 1/4" below the knot.
Last, with a lighter carefully touch a flame to the cut tips of the loop to melt the fuzzy ends of the nylon.
This will keep the cord from fraying and falling apart.
I'm hemiplegic. The biggest problem I have with zippers is getting them started on my jackets. Otherwise I us split key rings to make them easier to pull with my effected hand. Congratulations on the runner up in the contest.
Thanks for this instructable! My mum has has arthritis & Parkinson's, so she sometimes has trouble with her zippers. You may have made her life a bit easier. :)
&nbsp;<a id="fck_paste_padding" rel="nofollow">Im glad you put this up! I dont know why I didnt think of it. I have arthritis in my hands and had my son put them on everything. Very helpful! Looking forward to seeing more of your tips. Thank you paulmods!</a>
This instructable fits the contest criteria to a T and is useful for a wider range of handicaps than the other contestants. Hope you win!<br />
Very good, inexpensive and easy to make.<br /> This could also aid small children and people with developmental disabilities. <br /> <br />
&nbsp;practical and useful!

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