Ringbolt hitching is a beautiful way to decorate a staff or wheel. Also called coxcombing, it was once a common tie used by sailors to dress-up items and parts of a ship. In the following video, JD of Tying It All Together shows you how to do it.
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X The "Tiny Globe Knot" is an innovative way of tying a standard Globe Knot that makes use of a forefinger for "knotting support". I've been watching others tie Globe Knots (online) for a while now and I've enjoyed the products created. Thus, this video merely shows my tying take on this otherwise ubiquitous knot. Still, be sure to let me know if my tying technique works for you. Video production by JD of Tying It All Together.
PFT-V2 Book Link: http://tinyurl.com/k6zmzjp The Celtic Heart Knot is the woven realization of a design I saw etched into a friend's ring. Stunningly simple, yet at the same time perfectly evocative of a heart, the knot looks amazing as a center piece to a necklace or bracelet. Its also the knot I plan to use for the creation of an I love knots sticker thatll be available in early 2010.
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X The Thin (Thin Line) Solomon Bar is a relatively simple way of generating the look of the "King Cobra" (i.e. Double Solomon Bar) Thin Line Bracelet with a leaner, more streamlined band. Branching off the "Support Bracelet" technique shown a few weeks back, this tying technique was just too cool not to point out. Hope you enjoy. Video production by J.D. Lenzen of tying It All Together.