Stefan w: awesome job teaching me how to do this properly. i love this knot for making small lanyards from shorted cut off lengths of paracord, but have never gotten that nice snake type pattern until now. subscribed.
Jefok Indus: Thanks!
Henry Bialik: This is one of the better videos I have watch for a Snake or Chris Reeves Lanyard. Goes through the motions slow and easy which make it a pleasure to follow. Thanks.
JrFreak300: Why does the thumb nail show red/grey but video is black only?
Connor McGee: You sound like you have a stuffy nose 24/7 its kinda calming though
Harry Hov: im making one of these for a Swiss army survial knife what is the best knot for keeping alot of cordage
Is Mayonnaise A Instrument?: What's the knife in the thumbnail called?
biblical giants: ..good video..I used to know how to do this but your video revived my skill again!.thanks
jaymogamy: Thanks so much for the vid. I got some paracord at Wal-Mart and these little brass fittings from the hardware that I polished. I was able to duplicate the snake knot and the diamond whatever knot. I couldn't cinch up the diamond knot. Will have to practice. Thanks again. My little SOG is stylin'.
Phil.Co: I ended mine with a bullet shell, it looks freakin amazing
suburban wageslave: Just made myself a sweet little beaded lanyard for my pocket knife; thanks. Only took about 5 mins.
Hrafn Vanr: very helpful thank you
OVIK P.: WOW which Knife did you used to cut the paracord at the minute 5:50?
Shelby Asch: Great tutorial. Thank you!
How to Tie a Chris Reeve Lanyard (Snake knot with bead)5
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