Introduction: Paracord 4-Peg Spool Knitting
Here is what I’ve got for my paracord 4-peg spool knitting kit. This is a very cheap and easy DIY project. So let me show you how:
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Step 1: Mark the 4 Pins
It’s important to find the 4 spots for the cotter pins. With my measurement and math I’ve learned back in the day, basically I traced the outer diameter of PVC coupling and find a center point of the circle, then draw 2 square line across. Here is what I’ve got:
Step 2: Dremel Time!
Marker the 4 lines along the PVC coupling (that where the cotter pins sit on). Using a Dremel tool, I’ve carved out the lines that fit the 4 pins (make sure you don’t cut through the pipe), and be sure the pins sit on tight and flat on the surface.
Step 3: Supper GLUE!
Supper glue the pins all together. Keep the pins with the same height.
Step 4: Taping It. DONE!
This is an extra step. Using electrical tape and tape around the PVC pipe to cover those expose pins. You can use your choice of tape.
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