bbnguyen92: Is there a tutorial when using two colors?
MMAh00lligan: where can I get that tabletop it looks cut resistant
Amber Dawn: Thank you for the video. I watched another guy who didn't use the last step
and my lanyard was messed up after a few knots. This is a lot better way of
tying it. Thank you again.
Tonic BR: W O E ,nice video used this knot on a few of my knives
Sharon Lee Lockhart: COOL We just bought a couple of knives that we want to put a paracord
lanyard on and this seems so easy.
Thanks for the help and I am looking forward to seeing all of your videos
about the job of Weaving.
Alan Rohloff: Great video. After the bead, how could I construct a section that ends with
a carabiner? Thanks
Fred Freytes: Thats what Ive been looking for. I thank you sir
Steve Tau: This is AWESOME!!
robert DAVIS: THANKS! YOUR INSTRUCTIONS ARE EASY TO FOLLOW.
Stuart Duke: Great video demo ! Very clear , even to me ! Thank you Tim . Best wishes
from the UK !
Vanshika Dubey: Pagal
Vidmary777: This is my "money" knot. It's easy and people really like it.
Vanshika Dubey: Pagal
SwoopdySwoop: excelent video ... super easy to follow. great job
JWBushcraft: how sharp was that knife when you cut the paracord
laxskateguy: GAH its so frikking hard to get a bead onto the paracord like that xP... I
have a really awesome skull bead from shmuckatelli and I have no clue how
im gonna get it on
overtonejunkie: Great video! slow enough to follow along with!
Liberty4343: I've used this great video several times...Thanks!!!
Mistal Pistol: wow thanks\
MrBenrokEarth: Brilliant tutorial.
Don Beals: Thanks for the great video easy to follow
kellyput1: Thank you
James Fleenor: check this out
ntstick06: nice video, it really helped me, i put one of these on my micro recon 1
after watching this....If you take the "innards" or core out of the 550 a
skull bead will work..again nice video
Sándor Páli: ...and if you'd listened, it would be clear for you also, that it's not a
Sebenza but a Sanrenmu 710
adolfo ochoa: gracias.......finalmente ya lo aprendi
Jack Lace: Awesome this is an amazing tutorial, its the first on that iv'e watched
that makes sense!!!
WeaversofEternity: I'm well aware this is not a true snake knot, but if you look closely at
how CRK ties their lanyards, this is the way they do it. The whole purpose
of this video tutorial was to emulate the specific style of lanyard you can
buy from CRK or other knife dealers. I have another video on how to do the
true snake knot.
docwilkey: I think I am going to try this the only thing I might do a little different
is I will be going to a craft store to see if I can find some skull beads
which might make it look more interesting. Thanks for the demo it was very
nemrac72k: This really helped. Thanks
benlg: Favorited, thanks! Gonna give it a try later
WeaversofEternity: It's a 1/2"
tarxantoo: Sharp knife
Jase Fractal: simple.. and yet.. so pro sauce =)
coopstraub2: No im pretty sure that didnt look like a bowtie... Jk nice job
Poison Dart: Excellent, I did it! Thank you!
WeaversofEternity: I ended up putting them in a pie.
WeaversofEternity: Awesome bro!
Salim Riley: Nice idea on the polish nut.
WeaversofEternity: Yeah, I only use this method for lanyards. I've used TIAT's method for
making snake knot bracelets, but this method is the same method used by
those who make the official CRK snake knot lanyards. Thanks for watching!
pestrada0810: thanks bro this helped
WeaversofEternity: Sounds like a good idea! I've yet to get any skull beads that can fit two
strands of 550, but I think it would look great with a skull bead! Thanks
for watching and commenting!
8steve88: Thank you for taking the time and sharing. I've been wanting to tie this
knot for a while and your instructions are the easiest to follow. Another
wheelspinner20: I've used this knot on all my small knives, with various hardware as
spacers. On smaller knives I used a 330 parachord instead of 550. Really
scales it down nicely.! Loved the video, use it repeatedly as a reference.!
You have to be careful getting into cars though, the nuts tend to whack or
scrape against the car if you leave the lanyard hanging out of your pocket.
josh cortese: thanks man..great video!
WeaversofEternity: It's a Sanrenmu 710, the poor man's Sebenza or Chinese copy of the Sebenza
T English: Thanks for the easy to follow instructions and good use of the camera to
show each individual step. You went slowly enough not to leave any mystery
in what you demonstrating. I also appreciated that you used a contrasting
background that made the cordage standout and be seen against the
background. I know the demonstration is well done when I can successfully
tie the knot the first time. Thanks
BuNNy: Thanks much great tutorial. Have a wrapped handle and had to loosen to
figure out but you explained it so good. Thanks again.
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