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i am making my own call lanyards and i was wondering if anyone had and instructions on how to make them. or if anyone knows any websites that would be helpful please let me know. i know it would probably be easier to by the lanyards but i just want something to do i my spare time. thanks.
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Try looking in a boy scout handbook. They teach braiding in there and if you are trying to do a braided lanyard, that would be a real good start.
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also you could go online and look the different braids up and find the different types of material.
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I got soo pissed at the lanyards I have purchassed that I just decided to make my own. I started by tying three strands together and brading them far enough to make it around my neck, leaving room soo as I could slip it over my head. Then, I tied a knot to seperate the brade and I left about a foot of slack to tie the knots. I found it works well, since if you have more than 3 calls on one lanyard, they just get in the way.
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