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    Default Single strand lanyard tutorial

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    single strand lanyard tutorial

    1. Tie overhand knot in cord where you want to position the loops.
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    2. Bring cord ends through overhand knot to make loops of required size.
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    3. With right hand end make loop in back.
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    4.With left hand cord make loop in front.
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    5. Bring end A from step 4 behind over one and up through loop.
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    6. Repeat in front with left hand cord.
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    7. Bring end in upper right of previous step down to the right .and through loop on lower right (going over 1 strand).
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    8. Bring end in upper left down over 1 strand and through loop.
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    The knot base in now complete. Gradually remove slack so that the base is positioned atop and covering the overhand knot.
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    9. Take either end and begin to double the lay of the knot.
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    10. Do the same with the other end.
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    11. When the last tuck is made the knot is complete.
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    Now work all the slack out of the knot. Cut each end as close as possible to the completed knot. Take a blunt awl and bush the end back into the knot. Adjust the adjoining strands to hide the ends.
    Last edited by asemery; 09-06-2016 at 05:46 PM.
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