# Cobra Stitch Duck Call Lanyard (Part 1)

### What do you think about this video?

Nick B: Just made my first lanyard following your three videos. Awesome videos man,
I even sat the same way you did using my foot and ass to keep the paracord
tight hahaRShecklerfan10: How do i figure out how long my center part should be that you weave the
cobra stitch ontoRShecklerfan10: And how can i do it with two colors cause thats all i haveJase Meredith: How many feet of the coyote brown and black do you needMike Sandoval: nice video you give a me great idea the same metod for make a game carrier
for rabbits,ducks and doveMadison Stokes: Is it a total of 40' or 80' after combining the two different colors?bjicehockey: thanks so much for the vid!! for me it was about 15" of cord for 1" of
cobra hope this helps!NormanValleyOutdoors: 3 feet of each color should be plenty. Measure them around your neck like
the outline of a lanyard to get the exact amount. Everyone is different!NormanValleyOutdoors: The 3 feet is just the base which is under the cobra stitch knot....the
knot is where you end up using alot of cord...the tighter you tie it the
less cord you will have to use. Hope this helps, let me know if you have
any further questions.NormanValleyOutdoors: yes you could! I have made a couple like that, I was just trying to keep it
as simple as possible for the video. Thanks for watching.2259chevy: Hi what Colors are u using like desert tan ect....NormanValleyOutdoors: @2x2kids1 the rest is now up, please feel free to sub! thanksJTR1974: Your base, is that 8' total length or 8' after you have doubled it over?davek145236: I have read through all the other comments and i still can't figure out how
many feet of the brown and black.. i would appreciate it if you let me know
so i can gauge how much cord i need to buy. Thanks.sphntr15: 40' of each color? or 40' total when they are melted together? thanks can't
wait to start making my ownStephen Goin: saw these at the world deer expo. i knew i could make my own. great
video!!! how many feet total on the neck strap did you use to finish the
cobra?NormanValleyOutdoors: 8' total. Thanks for watching!NormanValleyOutdoors: I can't tell you the exact number of feet, but I would say right around
35-40 feet. Hope this helps...Cole White: so you always make your coil with the same color if youre making a multi
colored lanyard?anthonyinva: ya what he said it a rainy day and I'd like to finish onegreyfox12shadow: Cabela's sells it in 100' packs for $12, so you can buy 2 packs and see
what you have left? $20 and you can probably make 2-3 lanyards?Blake McVey: AWESOME video! i loved it and now i have made one just like yours and it
looks amazing. Thanks for all your help and just wondering would you
subscribe me im new to youtube and i dont have any subscribers yet. Thanks
if you would:)F2PAaron: So you need 8' plus 20' of brown and 20' of black?steve f: If you bundled up each end of paracord with rubber bands or something you
could work a lot quicker. Maybe 2-3 feet per "stitch" rather than pulling
the whole 40 foot length. Hope this helps!supermugz: Fantastic, simple and very helpful. The BEST I have ever seen on the net.
Thank you for sharing!NormanValleyOutdoors: Yep! Depending on how tight you tie the knot you should have some left
over. Thanks for watching!zac ingram: what are the colours of the paracord you used in the finished product you
showed us at the beginning of this video?tproc0: I was just wondering how much cord you used. Like how much for the gray as
the base and for the brown and black that you melted together how much of
each of those colors. ThanksLance Brackin: I did a lot looking on the internet for lanyard info and your videos are by
the best instructions for making your own lanyard. I watched them and had a
nice lanyard 2 hours later. Thanks!!!wolfcookieo9: just subbed you channel thanks for making the video im making the lanyard
right now and will be sure to post a VR in the comments!NormanValleyOutdoors: I would get 40' of both. You should still have plenty left over that wayanthonyinva: ya what he said it a rainy day and I'd like to finish oneNormanValleyOutdoors: @ikelley1907 yes, sorry I wanted to get it up sooner but I wont be able to
get it up till sunday night or monday. Stay tuned for more!NormanValleyOutdoors: 40 feet total, so 20 on each side...make sure you get the knot tight and
you should have a little left on the end! Thanks for the questionanthonyinva: got this much and waiting to see how to finishNormanValleyOutdoors: Thank You for your kind words! I got alot of headaches figuring out how to
make one so once I did I figured I would make a video on it...Thanks for
the commentNormanValleyOutdoors: @anthonyinva the rest is upNormanValleyOutdoors: @paulmyers00 thanks for the suggestions, it would make it alot easier for
sure.statlivestock: how much cord are you using?greyfox12shadow: First time doing this, could you just make a bunch of small loops for your
calls on the lanyard so they aren't permanent? Then just put clips on each
end? Like the Rig em Right Texas rig style?Cole Miller: ok so i would need 8' for the base and 40' of 2 colors for the outside?Tony Feira: only 3 feet of each color? whjy do you have 40 feet of cord then? im trying
to figure out how much cord i need to get. thanksNormanValleyOutdoors: Thanks, not sure on the name of the song. Found it on a uncopyrighted music
site2x2kids1: Need to see part 2.when is it coming?Michael Allan: Great post. I'm just waiting for the paracord to arrive home and I will be
making my own one. Cheers. |

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