What's your go to natural cordage?

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NeckRed Gringo
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Re: What's your go to natural cordage?

Post by NeckRed Gringo »

That is an impressive amount of corsage ya made. Must have taken a few hours. Great work

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Daywalker 964
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Re: What's your go to natural cordage?

Post by Daywalker 964 »

Have several kinds of Yucca around here, make's great cordage and the dry flower stalks are great for friction fire, Nice job jesse. Peace
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Re: What's your go to natural cordage?

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A convienient willow tree will give some handy wythies.
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Los Falcon
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Re: What's your go to natural cordage?

Post by Los Falcon »

Yucca, Sassafras Roots, Willow or numerous vines.
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