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Handwerker

Belt & Braiding

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Hallo,

i make a new Braiding on my Belt

- only 2 long 2,3mm Strings from Kangaroo

- and 7 Hour Braiding

Arno

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That is just beautiful work. What is the braid called and where might I be able to the pattern? Once again, Beautiful.

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That is just beautiful work. What is the braid called and where might I be able to the pattern? Once again, Beautiful.

thank you Joe,

I can not tell you the Name of this Braiding, they've learned in Argentina last Year :)

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Suicide   

Great job, Arno!

- and 7 Hour Braiding

7 hours of BRAIDING??? :head_hurts_kr: How long that belt is ??

For me it actually took more time to have all the holes on the blank punched than this type of braiding itself ( Of course I mean a __normal__ belt which supposed to be weared on by human, not a 200m throw rope for ship or so.... :) )

Anyway, nice job: simple, strong and stylish.

:specool:

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Great job, Arno!

7 hours of BRAIDING??? :head_hurts_kr: How long that belt is ??

For me it actually took more time to have all the holes on the blank punched than this type of braiding itself ( Of course I mean a __normal__ belt which supposed to be weared on by human, not a 200m throw rope for ship or so.... :) )

Anyway, nice job: simple, strong and stylish.

:specool:

Hi

The belt length is about 90 cm and the braid is very fine

butCut the strings and the course included :)

But try it once myself, it had to take time

Greetings from Germany

Arno

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ifoo   

Very stylish work.

(As always)

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Ecapone   

Arno,

That belt looks really nice. congratulations.

That work is explained in my book too.

Cheers,

Enrique

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Thanke you Enrique,

you can see it in Samon :)

Arno

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