Photos: The Many Uses of Paracord Netting

 

Make Your Knot - Step 1

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Fold the strands in half using a knot much like a cow hitch or girth hitch, but with a double wrap. You attach the strands to the top cord or main line an inch or so apart. How big you make your mesh depends on the netting's use. I took pics of the stages of the knot.

Of the many paracord uses, netting is perhaps the most versatile. It can be used for any number of purposes, from transporting items to fishing to shelter. Here’s how to make paracord netting.

This tutorial is from KnifeForums.com user outrider. Click here to go to the forum and discuss your ideas for using paracord netting.

For more survival tips, be sure to check out Stay Alive! Survival Skills You Need by John D. McCann.

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