John Katsaronas

John Katsaronas

John Katsaronas
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how to make a survival bracelet

How to tie a survival bracelet - a step by step infographic tutorial to help you knot your way to one of the most useful DIY adventure accessories. - Tap the link to see the newly released survival and traveling gear for all types of travelers!

An Egg-cellent Apron: Free Crochet Pattern - conceptually too much fun

An Egg-cellent Apron: Free Crochet Pattern - conceptually too much fun

Tying a rope is one of the most practical skills to have in your arsenal, and 99 percent of the time, a bowline is the best knot for the job. Not only does it offer a rock solid hold, it can be tied and untied in seconds, even after bearing tension. 1.	Create a loop. 2.	Create a second loop behind the first and partially feed it through that first loop. 3.	Pass the end of the line (fed through whatever you're hitching) through the tip of the second loop. 4.	Tighten.   - Esquire.com

Tying a rope is one of the most practical skills to have in your arsenal, and 99 percent of the time, a bowline is the best knot for the job. Not only does it offer a rock solid hold, it can be tied and untied in seconds, even after bearing tension.