KnotHead

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About KnotHead

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  • Birthday 07/26/1966

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    University Place WA
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    Braiding and Knot Tying. Something easy for me to remember.

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Braiding and Knot Tying

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  1. I trust you used the 5part 4bight TH to do this. So I will send you an enlargement process that is not of the same type of knot. But the technique is the same. Download the instructions from the link below. Yes its a good link. The pdf file is too large to upload here. Enlargement Tutorial PDF
  2. 450 para-cord might do the job.
  3. How many strings do you plan to use?
  4. Tom Hall; Introduction to turks heads, More western tack tips. Located Here; http://ubraidit.com/supplies-thumbs.php?cat=68 Bruce Grant; Encyclopedia of Leather Braiding Located Here; http://ubraidit.com/supplies-detail.php?item=43 Ron Edwards; Advanced Leather Work Volume 2 Located Here; http://www.adelaideleather.com.au/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=88_89&products_id=6957&zenid=37238b05aaa5ed3dcb08f1f278828251
  5. Core is just another piece of leather strand. You'll be braiding around that with 8 more strings. Sequence is Under 2, Over 2.
  6. maybe about 30mins or so ahead. you should not have to do any removal because this will also condition the strings.
  7. VAQUERO RAWHIDE CREAM http://rayholesleathercare.com/pages/rawhide-clean-condition-protect
  8. That went fast... LOL
  9. Yes.
  10. no. it opens fine. it's just the image is too small for me to do either a search or reverse engineer for instructions.
  11. Hardtke Contact Info Peter Hardtke 214-238-3936 hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00PM Monday thru Friday. peter.hardtke@icloud.com
  12. too bad the image is not large enough.
  13. The Braiders Journal is a pamphlet series on braiding and knot tying that at one time was distributed. Georg Schaake, Dr. John Turner, D.A. Segwick and a few others were involved in the development of the series.