Bracelet Made With A Prolong Knot Of 7 Bights Per Side And 3 Passes


Bracelet_Prolong Knot of 3 Passes 7 Bights Per Side

Bracelet_Prolong Knot of 3 Passes 7 Bights Per Side

Bracelet Prolong Mat With Toggle Closure

Bracelet Prolong Mat With Toggle Closure

This item was made for my love — no not my love of tying knots, the lady who lights my life up. She needed a theme accessory for a party. What would be better than a one-of-a-kind bracelet from The House Of William Knot Collection? This one is a Prolong Mat that has been prolonged to 7 bights on each long edge, then raised to 3 passes. Ashley might say doubled twice — but then I ain’t Ashley. The toggle bead isn’t pierced, but is held very tightly in the tender clutches of a Turk’s Head knot worked to the point of nearly destroying both toggle and knot. Finish with a couple of square knots with the tails fished through the Prolong knot to the other end. After a concealed knot at that end to control any pressure that might tend to spread the Prolong’s end bight, add a loop for the toggle to latch into. This loop is closed by a Sailors Lanyard knot (you may choose any of its other 13 names if you desire) with the tails left long for looks and to provide a handhold in the latch / unlatch with one hand game. After you get it on, you can dress the knot so that none of the black paracord shows from the top. I have been told that is compliment bait as well as a spreader of great confusion about how one could tie such things. No glue, no sewing, no wire and nothing up my sleeve, nor any smoke or mirrors.

Thank you for visiting, do come again:
William

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