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  • DIY Wood Tarp Clip / Fastener

    I tried to make it easy to understand as I could...There's something you should know that I've recently done more research on...There's three knots out there that are tied the same way, the difference in the three are the amount of turns / wraps you make: Those knots are: The Slip Knot, The Poachers Knot and the Scaffold Knot... Of course each knot has different nicknames, but those are the basics I've gathered. Anyways, here's a little breakdown and I've also updated this on my original posts:-The Slip Knot uses 1 turn / wrap-The Poachers Knot uses 2 turns/ wraps (recommended for use with this wooden clip along with good quality string)-The Scaffold Knot uses 3 turns/ wrapsI hope this helps to avoid any confusion. Just keep in mind that it's two turns or wraps you want to make. I'v...

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    I tried to make it easy to understand as I could...There's something you should know that I've recently done more research on...There's three knots out there that are tied the same way, the difference in the three are the amount of turns / wraps you make: Those knots are: The Slip Knot, The Poachers Knot and the Scaffold Knot... Of course each knot has different nicknames, but those are the basics I've gathered. Anyways, here's a little breakdown and I've also updated this on my original posts:-The Slip Knot uses 1 turn / wrap-The Poachers Knot uses 2 turns/ wraps (recommended for use with this wooden clip along with good quality string)-The Scaffold Knot uses 3 turns/ wrapsI hope this helps to avoid any confusion. Just keep in mind that it's two turns or wraps you want to make. I've found this to work best with this tarp clip. It will allow you to clinch down tight and loosen with the tag end, or handle.Take care and get out there and enjoy the great outdoors when you can,Patrick

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  • DIY Wood Tarp Clip / Fastener

    Thank you and I hope you make some, you'll have fun doing it.

    Thanks for taking interests. Patrick

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