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creone6 months ago
Thank You for Your Instructables!
k, i only have dial up it will not load videos i'm out in the stix no other internet here :(
Stormdrane (author)  1KUSTOMLEATHER6 months ago
A knot tying friend has this photo tutorial you can try.
k, thx greatly appreciate the tutorial!!
Do you have instructable 4 a paracord monkey fist i dont see a search box maybe because i have a free account??
Stormdrane (author)  1KUSTOMLEATHER6 months ago
I haven't put up an instructable for tying a monkey's fist, but do have a YouTube video tutorial.
cpace1 year ago
Great projects, your Instructables are great for a beginner like me.
taydt1 year ago
I had to share some of my projects inspired by your blog and instructables. The watchband was my first project and will probably be redone in a cobra knot soon. The cobra knot hat band was next, I tied it on a loop and got it right the first time. My new flashlight needed some accouterments, so I fashioned a turkshead to fancy it up and decided to make a holster from paracord rather than leather. Playing around, I made a ring of cobra knots on a loop, like I did for the hat band, and added an s-biner to clip it to my beltloop. Finally, I want to do something with my pocket watch. I first tried tying a turkshead around it with an inch of cobra leading to an s-biner to clip it to my beltloop, but I was afraid that it would fall out of the turkshead. So, I decided to make a traditional fob using #18 nylon crochet thread and the cobra knot. I think it turned out great.
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I discovered your blog today, and figured that you must be the author of most of the paracord ibles... and so I had to look you up and follow you. Love the tutorials. Thanks for sharing your passion! :-)
GTIwarrior1 year ago
Thank you for the many instructables and your blog. I love your work. I have a request though, if I may be so bold. I like this bandolier but I'd like to see your take on it.

Thanks for your time
BLUEBLOBS22 years ago
I like your work.
Stormdrane (author)  BLUEBLOBS22 years ago
Thanks :) Knot work can be an addictive and enjoyable hobby.
I agree. I am very addicted to knots.
thanks for all the instructions, its really fun playing with the paracord, and my friends seems to like my creations as well :)
I have done a few of your para cord bracelets and found your illustrations easy to follow. I made a few mistakes but was able to back track and make the correction and complete the project. My last one took about 35 minutes. BTW I found your page through the Podcacher podcast page. If you geocache, what are your stats?
Again thanks for teaching me a new skill.
Steve "supplier" Barnett

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