Wow, great job !
Thanks, Wspeed and Ray.There is about 120 feet of paracord total in the leash. The total length of the leash is 9 ft. I design it so it can be used as a 9ft leash with a standard hand loop or as a hands free leash that goes cross body. As a hands free leash it is just under 5ft but also has a ring so in tighter situations it can easily be reduced to 3ft and still be hands free. Because of the snap hook on each end in a crunch it can be used as a short tie out or I also used as a double leash when a dog got loose and I walked her home with my dog.
I was thinking 50 or 75 feet. And it can be used as a double leash...that is very cool. You thought this out really good!
Learned the snake knot today played around making a few lanyards. What do you think(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Learned the snake knot today played around making a few lanyards. What do you think
Nice...I can never get them to come out right.
Excellent knot work and lanyards!
Some lovely work going on here, great to see so much quality knotting.I made a snake knot tutorial on Instagram a while back, might helphttps://www.instagram.com/tv/BkgAAkrg0U4/In fact, there's a few https://www.instagram.com/essexman_paracord/channel/Any feedback welcome.
It was one of my favorite lanyard knots ( snake knot ). Nice work.
(Image removed from quote.)A simple single strand paracord lanyard tied with a Spanish Bowline (ABoK # 1087) and The Perfection Loop (ABoK # 1017 ~ The Angler's Loop). Lanyard shown used with an EDC keychain setup.
(Image removed from quote.)Made a tie for my dogs new bandana. I was going to do a fishtail but was having difficulty figuring out how I was going to do the adjusting knot.The 3 loops on then left are just something I do for carrying used dog poop bags attached to the leash vice carrying in hand. Wrap the loop end around a metal ring or leash handle the use the knot a slide lock to clasp the knotted bag. Simple but nice.