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Cord Prepping and Infinity Bundle (Cord Organization)
Infinity Bundle The Infinity Bundle is good for bundling long cord that you need to store for later. 1. Starting at your wrist, loop the cord around your thumb, across your palm between your pinky and ring finger. 2.Bring the cord Back around your thumb, making the infinity sign. 3. Continue this until you run low on cord. 4. Wrap the beginning of the cord around the bundle. 5. Then tuck it under wrap or into the bundle. Now you have a nice neat way to store your cord away... And, when
Square Knots (left square knot, right square knot, Alternating square knot)
Left Square Knot A.K.A. "LSK" = Starts with the left cord. You work it to the right and then back again. Right Square Knot A.K.A. "RSK" = Starts with the right cord. You work it to the left and then back again. Alternating Square Knot = LSK, RSK, LSK, RSK, LSK, RSK, and so on until you have reached desired length. pretty cut and dry and obvious, right.. :) If doing a "Sennit" you would just continue the knots until they reach your desired length. In this tutorial we are working with 2 Filler
Half Hitch & Double Half Hitch
Half Hitches are used to attch you design to a particular object, usually holding cord, dowel rod, or ring, etc.. In this short tutoaial we are attaching it to a ring. 1. Lay out you cords appropriately and then the ring on top. 2. Move your working cord over the ring and the under. This is a Half Hitch. 3. To make it a Double Half Hitch, wrap the working cord over again towards the direction you want your cords to move and pull it through between the 2 loops. If done right your cords
1. Bundle the cords be wrapped. Using one end of the wrapping cord, form a loop on top of the bundle. (note: the wrapping cord will be a separate cord from the actual project cords and the length of the wrapping cord will depend on the length of the wrapped knot you will be making) 2. Leaving one end sticking out, bring the working end of the wrapping cord (end of the cord you are moving) around the bundled cords and the opposite end of the wrapping cord that you are leaving in place. 3.