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Not to be critical but some advice. If when your creating something with paracord and it doesn't look good then stop and start over again or at least fix the knots that don't look right. Once you finish the project and snip/singe the ends its done and you may or may not be able to use that cord for something.

The reason why I say this is because one it cuts down on waste and two you learn the right tying technique to have it come out right the next time.

This is how I critic all my paracord projects. Even if one knot isn't right then I fix it no matter what.
 

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I'm glad I'm not the only one that OCD about this stuff. :D

Several times I've been almost finished with a piece only to find an error near the start. Crap... ok take it apart an do it over.
I was like this before I started selling paracord products but now that I sell the stuff I make I have to have everything perfect or I won't sell it.

I demand a high level of quality control and for that reason I haven't found a business partner with the passion for excellence that I have.

This bracelet here is a little over 4 years old and I wear it everyday and it still looks just like I tied it since I tie really tight.
BTW that pic was taken last year when I moved into my new home NOT when I first made the bracelet.
 
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