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    Just made my Wife and Daughter a paracord Celtic Heart necklace. What do you think. Not too hard to do and looks cool too not to mention they each have about 4' of paracord to use in emergency

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    Very nice idea!

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    That's cool. Would look really cool with a bead or 2 woven in.

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    Nice work!
    I tried that one long ago, you can make a sling out of 2 stitched together, I failed bigtime and gave up...
    Far better than my attempt!

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    SWEET!!! Great idea! Where'd ya learn the knot??

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    Cool idea Thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyPainter View Post
    SWEET!!! Great idea! Where'd ya learn the knot??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorbyfour View Post
    That's cool. Would look really cool with a bead or 2 woven in.
    Hadnt thought of that. Thanks I just might try that out on the next one
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    Pretty cool. I'm going to have to practice my knots this winter.


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    That looks awesome ive tried it a few times keeps comeing out loopsided lol

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