Rope and Cordage Basics

Rope and Cordage Basics

Rope and Cordage Basics

Today I’m diving into rope basics. If you don’t know much about why you’d choose one rope or another or where certain types of rope actually come from, this is a great introduction to rope. Haley and I have been making knot videos for awhile now but we’ve never made one like this. As a biologist, I find the natural fibers really interesting. Here are a few links I mentioned in the video:

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How to make your own rope:

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