Also called a Cobra Stitch and a Portuguese Sinnet, the Solomon Bar is used as a military cord and pervasively by hemp necklace and bracelet weavers.
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X This week's video is arriving early on account this weekend (September 23rd more specifically), I'm getting married to Kristen in front of God and everyone (as opposed to legally and privately). Wish me luck, and enjoy this week's video! The tying technique is called the Jagged Ladder Bar. It's a super firm tie that lends itself to a variety of iterations. So be sure to toy around with it and show me what you come up with (I've found about five spin-offs so far).
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X Rune Stone Knots are more so an innovative tying technique than anything else. Still, the knot makes an excellent addition to a cord you seek to gift as a necklace. And the coolest part of the necklace created is that it, and its Rune Stone Knot medallion, were both created with one strip of rope or cord. Video Production by JD of Tying It All Together.
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X The web shows a variety of ways to make a four strand round braid. In short, I found all of them utterly confusing. So I studied the tie and came up with the following. Sigh of relief…this method is a whole lot easier! Video Production by JD of Tying It All Together
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X The River Bar is a fresh way to make a paracord bracelet, or generate a decorative narrow strap of rope.The observant will note the design looks very similar to the pattern of a Chain, or Caterpillar Sinnet. However, the River Bar's "rope pummeling technique" makes it different. Video and tie by JD of Tying It All Together.
PPI Pre-Order Link: http://tinyurl.com/PPI-Pre-Order There are a variety of ways to mimic the appearance of classic/historical ties. Being able to do so allows tyers (in some cases) to produce seeming complex and time consuming pieces, quickly. In the spirit of this reality, this week's TIAT tie is the Snake Knot Viceroy. More of a weave than a knotted or corkscrewed piece, the end product is sturdy and holds the (general) appearance of a two-color Snake Knot really well. All this and it's a lot easier to tie!
Genre: Paracord Bracelet
By: Tying It All Together
Design: JD Lenzen