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Discover how to tie the dragon egg paracord pouch in this instructional video presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT). The design of the dragon egg paracord pouch results in a sturdy and functional paracord pouch. To tie the dragon egg paracord pouch you will need three 12’ lengths of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord, a pair of scissors, and a lighter. For this video tan, blue, and orange paracord is going to be used. This piece begins with the pouch base. Begin by line the center of the cords horizontally with the blue on top, orange in the middle, tan on the bottom. Take...

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Learn how to make the jagged cacophony bar paracord bracelet in this how-to video presented by Tying It All Together. With its offset, three tiered, bilateral symmetry the jagged cacophony bar paracord bracelet makes a unique bracelet that will stand out. To make the jagged cacophony bar paracord bracelet you will need three 5’ lengths of each white, blue, and maroon paracord. You will also need a pair of scissors and a lighter. This will make a bracelet that is about 7 ½”. This bracelet will begin with an overhand knot loop base. Begin by arranging the cords so the...

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In this tutorial presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT), you will discover how to make a Pupa Pull Tie from TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. The Pupa Pull Tie is a fundamental technique that can be used to make elaborate ties that expand cylindrically in 3 dimensions. To make a pupa paracord pull tie you will need one 5’ section of paracord, scissors, and a lighter. To begin, find the center of the cord and create a loop that is the desired length of pull tie. With the working cords on top cross them at the bottom of the loop so that the...

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Discover how to make the bound tower paracord bracelet in this informative how-to video present by Tying It All together (TIAT). The bound tower paracord bar bracelet evokes the look of a splendor tower, bound by chains within, and can be made with either SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. To make the bound tower paracord bar bracelet you will need one 4’ length of paracord and one 6’ length of paracord. The colors are your choice, but in this project we are going to use 4’ orange paracord and 6’ yellow paracord. These dimensions will yield a 7 ½” long bracelet. Find the center of...

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Discover how to tie a Ringbolt Hitch Viceroy in this instructional video presented by Tying It All together (TIAT). The Ringbolt Hitch Viceroy is a new type of Fusion Knot that looks like a historical knot, giving it a unique and intriguing look. To tie a Ringbolt Hitch Viceroy you will need 6’ of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord, and a lighter. Begin by making the base by creating a loop that is about 4” long. Take the long working end of paracord and wrap it around the base of the loop. Insert the working end below the newly created loop, but above the base of...

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Learn how to tie the Witness To Your Splendor Celtic knot in this instructional video presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT). For this project you will need one 6’ length of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. This will create a 2 inch knot. Starting at the center of your 6’ length of paracord, create a simple loop. To the right of that loop create a second loop in the opposite direction of the first. The working line should be coming over the front of the loop rather than behind. Holding the two loops in place with your left hand, create a third loop...

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In this tutorial presented by Tying It All Together, you'll discover how to make a slip knot guitar strap out of parachute cord. Just follow along and soon you' have your very own unique slip knot guitar strap. For this project you will need one 60’ length of paracord, and one 40’ length of paracord. Either SurvivorCord or WarriorCord are suitable. Beginning at the middle of the two cords, with the short cord above the long cord, but not overlapping, cross the ends of the short cord over the long cord. The long cord should be going through the center of the...

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Discover how to make a lion heart sinnet paracord bracelet in this video presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT). Inspired by a focus on the edges of ties, rather than their central structures, the Lion Heart paracord bracelet is yet another example of the vast design opportunities Fusion Knotting provides. For this project you will need one 4’ section of paracord and one 6’ long section. The first thing to do is make the overhand knot loop. Beginning at the middle of the two cords, with the short cord on top, cross the ends of the short cord over...

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Discover how to make a tiny globe knot with paracord in this instructional video presented by TIAT. Try a different paracord project and make a tiny globe knot with paracord. All you will need for this project is a 4’ section of paracord and a marble. Starting at the center of the paracord create four wraps around your left pointer finger with the right working cord. Then take the right working cord and work it through the third wrap on your finger from right to left. Then take the left working cord and work it through the first second and...

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