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They go by many names: climbing net, play net, parrot hammock, rope gym and others. Whatever you wish to call them, they are a fantastic addition...
Lynda Potter saved to Parrot Gyms
Seguro que te encantaría tener alguna de estas ideas en tu hogar, sin duda son una fantasía en muchos casos y
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A fishing net is a necessary item for any fisherman, and you should always have one when on a fishing outing. Large nets can go up in cost, putting them out of your price range. You can go the frugal route and make your own quite easily with some netting, twine and a few nails. You can make the net as big or small as ...
Suzanne Yerkes saved to Bible lesson activities
If you've got piles of sea shells, click for 18 of the best seashell crafts around - from keepsakes to DIY jewelry, from kids crafts to teen to things for moms to make. There's something for everyone!
croatian-austrian design collective numen/for use has created 'net blow-up': an inflatable, box-like space with buoyant black webs fitted tightly inside.
Josh Roseman saved to loftbed design research yo
Cordage is one of the most fundamental pieces of any wilderness survival kit. With cordage, you can make shelter, hang bags, and even simple weapons. My kids like to make tripwires and snare traps for
Johnnie Zepeda saved to Paracord projects
Image 39 of 101 from gallery of Public Art Installations from Numen / For Use Design Collective. Courtesy of Numen / For Use
Han Yu saved to Installation
Rope climbing nets make excellent additions to obstacle courses and play areas in addition to being a staple in the maritime industry. This article will show you how to make a 3 1/2-foot by 5-foot rope climbing net with a 4-inch by 4-inch mesh pattern. The knot used on this climbing net is the Carrick Bend. This knot ...
Denise Hood saved to my random stuff
Learn how to make a net using paracord in this short video by Urban Survival Topics. Making a net using paracord is quick and simple. Why buy a net when you can make one using paracord. Making a net is another great way to use parachute cord. It can be used as a cargo net, a make shift bear bag, and even as a hammock. And in the case of an emergency you will have plenty of paracord to work with for making fishing line, creating a shelter, or even things as simple as replacing a bootlace or…
William F Harke saved to Paracord
Sheet Bend. The Sheet Bend or Weaver's Knot is recommended for joining two ropes of unequal size. The thicker rope must be used for the simple bight as shown. However, it works equally well if the ropes are of the same size.
Brian Ingle saved to kids