Hey ya'll, I've had a fair amount of success making 2 ply cordage utilizing a vise to "eat" up my completed strand, keeping the point of holding relatively close to the point of twisting. I find that the longer the distance between the points the more wobbly my cord becomes and thus harder to twist. Does that make sense? I've recently moved however and no longer have the same access to that vise and am looking for ways to continue cording (cordaging? making cordage?) . Ideally I could sit on the couch and do this.... Just this evening I tried a method where I tie an alligator clamp to my toe and use the clamp as my holding point but it was not strong enough and I kept pulling my strands out of the clamp. So here it is. How do you, short of a vice in the workshop, hold your cordage while working on it?