MrBowser2012: Wow! You are a knot genius! i have your first book but have been out the
hobby for a while. i clearly need to jump back in. Great work and thanks
Kaysler: Can this possibly be modified into a wide lizard tail?
biguy525: Very nice
mountainboarder101: When i try to make this tie it always comes out looking funny, any
npeltack: @SatanMadeMe -they got tucked then cut off and singed with a lighter.
prevents the cord from pulling out to easily
001qas: Ok JD, I successfully made this bracelet, but instead of using two strands,
I used four. One of the strands was a leather cord that i found and i
finished it off with a tape nIt turned out great and it if knew how
Nikos Kardaris: very beautiful!!!can you make a video for the triple wide zipper sinnet
please?i saw it from the photo and i like it so much!!! Thanks a lot!!!
tronclay: excellent video and knot, i cant wait to make some bracelets with that.
thanks for the vid and i hope your book comes out soon, is there an ETA on
BarryMcCockiner1000: simply beautiful!!!
c ward: why do you go from left to right then right to left with the white cord
every time...i think switching it up every time mite give a beter look on
the back...dont misunderstant it looks great,its just the back bothered me
for some reson....thanx JD all your vid are great..i was just throwing it
gmoney5233: can you use 550 paracord
Chad Cherry: @Ir0nF1st924 if you need some emergency cordage you can untie your bracelet
and all of a sudden you have feet of cordage.
TyingItAllTogether: @Brutaliix ... 2 x 5 feet of 440 Paracord. ... Just so you know, cord /rope
length used is mentioned at the end of each video. It's the first
information presented after the "Finished Piece" is revealed. ... JD ~ TIAT
cutelayla14: what kind of string do u use for this
naeem phillips: what string is that
jmanning229: i give up on this one
walt25701: Hey JD, AMAZING videos and WAY better than trying to figure things out like
I used to from ABOK! I tied my first Wide Zipper Sinnet yesterday and it
took about 6.5 feet EACH, I guess I have a fat writs. As a survival
bracelet it is great but was wondering what you would recomend that would
use the MOST paracord in a bracelet. I also see you wrote a book on soft
candy? I am a chocolate maker(bean to bar)! Can you tell me more?
P4to11: WHat kind of string are you using and where can i find it?
joffeloff: @lindseyd9 You say that like it's a bad thing.
SatanMadeMe: What happened to the white cords at the end? :o
Mike B.: TIAT you are great at this. can you post how to finish a 4 strand diamond
knot at the end of a sinnet lanyard? Thx
ppdarkside: Hey TIAT. How long was the sinnet at the end? I'm going to make one in the
near future, but it has to be about 2 feet long. So was wondering about how
much cord i should use?
001qas: Triple wide sinnet.- Master JD, I successfully made this bracelet, but
instead of using two strands, I used four. One of the strands was a leather
cord that i found and i finished it off with a tape knot and a steel "D"
shackle. turned out great and it if knew how to send you a picture, I
would. I'm writing to you because I'm trying to make a triple wide sinnet
and I've been struggling with it for about four months now. Is it possible
to make a triple wide sinnet? Can you help me?
Brutaliix: Hey TIAT awesome video yet again and may i ask what length of cord you used
...? Thanks in advance !
FallenKain: It's on my wrist right now! Thanks JD. You are the proverbial crap.
derekgl123: VERY nice i like it subbed and i want to make these but i do not know the
length of the cord i have to use because i hate trying to make stuff like
this and its way to small for anyone i know to wear so if you could please
tell me the length i would have to use for 6-7 inches for the bracelet not
including the endings
TyingItAllTogether: @cutelayla14 - 450 Paracord
Kirk Marino: Great video. Question how much cord for a 7" wrist and how come you don't
use buckles? I like the look of the loop and knot but buckes are a little
easier to use. Thanks.
TyingItAllTogether: @tronclay ... The publisher is aiming for a late summer release. ... JD ~
SatanMadeMe: I just can't get it right.. I just can't get this knot to work...
MsJoliko: fantastic:))) SUPER :)))
Huy Nguyen: Thanks for the video. Just made 19" as a dog collar. Used 2x15ft with 5/8"
RedWhiteandBetrayed: Very cool...
theorigamifreak101: this is too cool imade 2 of them and connected them toghether. EPIC
Ir0nF1st924: i know that survival bracelets are made from paracord but what is the
purpose of them?
TyingItAllTogether: @ppdarkside ... Approximately 2 x 4.5 feet of cord (I trimmed the ends)
produced a 6 inch by 1 inch sinnet. My though would be to use 2 x 20 feet
of cord to produce a 2 foot long sinnet. ... JD ~ TIAT
meeestir g: @TyingItAllTogether can this be tripled? thanks!
spiltcore: Would a crochet hook (or two) help?
realdad32: tiat truly your vids amaze bro, but ill check that other guys channel just
cuz you said so.
Amey Bhargava: cool better than firt one but do not think that that you are not talented
keep it up
TyingItAllTogether: @cutelayla14 - 450 Paracord from VTArmyNavy(dot)com
T Anderson: is this possible with gimp/craftlace/boondoggle?
Joe Auty: nice vid , how much cord did you use for this ?
TyingItAllTogether: @walt25701 ... Regretfully... Soft Candy is a novel, not a book how-to cook
book. Aside from my work knot work, I'm a writer. (smile) ... JD ~ TIAT
austin c: @Ir0nF1st924 they look cool
997mangos: how long does the cord have to be
walt25701: H TIAT! Just made my first Wide Zipper Sinnet and used about 6.5 feet to
get around my fat writs! Was wondering what you would recomend that uses
the MOST cord for a bracelet. In a survival situation, more cord is better
than less. I also see you wrote a book on Soft candy? I make chocolate (
bean to bar ) and found that quite interesting! You videos are MUCH better
than figuring things from ABOK like I have tried for over 30 years!!
SatanMadeMe: I've been trying for 2 fricking weeks! I can't freaking do this OMFG this
pisses me off.
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