By Louisa L. Smith
;A New Twist on Strips 'n Curves: that includes Swirl, part Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n Circles КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Louisa L. Smith Название: a brand new Twist on Strips 'n Curves: that includes Swirl, part Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n CirclesИздательство: C&T Publishing Год: 2007 Формат: PDF Размер: eleven Mb Страниц: 89 Язык: английский Для сайта: www.mirknig.comСочетание прямых линий, свободной формы кривых и кругов поможет вам создать потрясающие, единственные в своем роде квилты, которые выглядят сложными, но просты в исполнении. В книге представлены four дизайна с пошаговыми инструкциями, а также вдохновляющая галерея авторских работ.uploading.com.com eighty five
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Step 6: Continue on the Other Side of the Watch Continue weaving the paracord, keeping a uniform look and tightening as you go. A pair of hemostats can help work the cord around as you get close to the buckle end, making the last couple of weaves. Step 7: Finishing Up To finish up, you’ll take the working strand around one of the outer cords, so it’s coming through the underside of the bracelet/watchband. Check for a good fit on your wrist at this point. If it’s too loose or too tight, untie, adjust your starting measurement to be longer or shorter to correct, and try again.
It will take about 10 minutes to make. Step 1: Attach the paracord to the key ring, making sure that both paracord tails are pointing outward. You can leave an inch or so loop at the end. Step 2: Lay one piece of paracord across the top, about an inch from the ring. This will be the center color of the paracord keychain. Step 3: Now bring the second piece of paracord over the top of the first, around the back, and up through the hole made by the first piece. Note: the color of the center piece of paracord is the color of the sides, on the opposite sides of the paracord bracelet.
Step 6: Make Firm Adjust the cords until the piece is firm, or until all three sets of coils are snugly wrapped around the overhand knot. Step 7: Singe Ends Carefully snip and singe the Monkey’s Fist ends for a standalone piece, or leave a tether. Step 8: Monkey’s Fist Here are some other Monkey’s Fists I’ve made. com/id/Paracord-Keychain-1/) To make a paracord key chain, you will need about 3 feet of paracord, a key ring, scissors, and a lighter. It will take about 10 minutes to make. Step 1: Attach the paracord to the key ring, making sure that both paracord tails are pointing outward.