DIY náhrdelník z lodného lana

No, prosím! Našla som návod, ako si vyrobiť parádny náhrdelník z lodného lana. Hm... a kde kúpim lodné lano??? 

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Nautical Knot Rope Necklace

Supplies:
4 1/2 yards cotton rope, cut into 4 pieces 40" each
hot glue gun
scotch tape
thin suede (or faux suede) cord - mine was around 1/8" thick

When you cut your rope use the scotch tape and wrap it around the ends so the rope does not fray, this also makes it easier to glue the ends together when making the necklace.

1. Take two pieces and make a large loop, so it looks like a fish, and lay it flat on a table. Do the same to the other 2 pieces of rope and lay it facing the other. (see first picture)
2. Then move the left loop on top of the right loop. You want to line them up so that the place where the ropes cross are in the center of the other rope's open loop.
3. You are then going to weave the rope together so that each strand follows an over under pattern. This part is hard to explain with words, my best advice is to look closely at the pictures and copy them.
I found it easiest to start at the ends and follow them around the knot, weaving as you go.
4. Once you have the rope woven correctly, pull the ends to tighten the knot.  I found it easiest to pull the top ends on the right and left a few inches, then pull the bottom ends as much as you did the top.  If you pull too much on either the top or the bottom your "tails" will be different lengths.  So as you pull make sure you are keeping the ends the same length. Pull until it is a tight compact knot. 






See more at: http://www.handmadeintheheartland.com/2014/01/diy-nautical-knot-rope-necklace.html#sthash.2L97PX2a.dpuf



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Nautical Knot Rope Necklace
Supplies:
4 1/2 yards cotton rope, cut into 4 pieces 40" each
hot glue gun
scotch tape
thin suede (or faux suede) cord - mine was around 1/8" thick
When you cut your rope use the scotch tape and wrap it around the ends so the rope does not fray, this also makes it easier to glue the ends together when making the necklace.
1. Take two pieces and make a large loop, so it looks like a fish, and lay it flat on a table. Do the same to the other 2 pieces of rope and lay it facing the other. (see first picture)
2. Then move the left loop on top of the right loop. You want to line them up so that the place where the ropes cross are in the center of the other rope's open loop.
3. You are then going to weave the rope together so that each strand follows an over under pattern. This part is hard to explain with words, my best advice is to look closely at the pictures and copy them.
I found it easiest to start at the ends and follow them around the knot, weaving as you go.
4. Once you have the rope woven correctly, pull the ends to tighten the knot.  I found it easiest to pull the top ends on the right and left a few inches, then pull the bottom ends as much as you did the top.  If you pull too much on either the top or the bottom your "tails" will be different lengths.  So as you pull make sure you are keeping the ends the same length. Pull until it is a tight compact knot. 
- See more at: http://www.handmadeintheheartland.com/2014/01/diy-nautical-knot-rope-necklace.html#sthash.7cVxq7g9.dpuf
Nautical Knot Rope Necklace
Supplies:
4 1/2 yards cotton rope, cut into 4 pieces 40" each
hot glue gun
scotch tape
thin suede (or faux suede) cord - mine was around 1/8" thick
When you cut your rope use the scotch tape and wrap it around the ends so the rope does not fray, this also makes it easier to glue the ends together when making the necklace.
1. Take two pieces and make a large loop, so it looks like a fish, and lay it flat on a table. Do the same to the other 2 pieces of rope and lay it facing the other. (see first picture)
2. Then move the left loop on top of the right loop. You want to line them up so that the place where the ropes cross are in the center of the other rope's open loop.
3. You are then going to weave the rope together so that each strand follows an over under pattern. This part is hard to explain with words, my best advice is to look closely at the pictures and copy them.
I found it easiest to start at the ends and follow them around the knot, weaving as you go.
4. Once you have the rope woven correctly, pull the ends to tighten the knot.  I found it easiest to pull the top ends on the right and left a few inches, then pull the bottom ends as much as you did the top.  If you pull too much on either the top or the bottom your "tails" will be different lengths.  So as you pull make sure you are keeping the ends the same length. Pull until it is a tight compact knot. 
- See more at: http://www.handmadeintheheartland.com/2014/01/diy-nautical-knot-rope-necklace.html#sthash.7cVxq7g9.dpuf
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