Sunday 28 October 2012

Knife/Tool Lanyard. For Sale!

How Do All ;-)

A knife / tool lanyard would have been used by a rigger, sailor or any craftsman working at height to attach their tools to their harness, belt, tool bag or other object to save loosing the tool should it be dropped, also possible saving injury or damage to persons and property below.

This knife / tool lanyard is made up from several complex sinnets and lanyard knots, the material is 1.25mm Polypropylene.

Please note: the knife pictured with this lanyard is not included with this sale, however if you like to buy the knife please contact me.
The total length of the lanyard is 725mm (not including Knife)

  Starting from the top loop: This is a six strand round sinnet, followed by a fully tucked Mathew Walker knot, then a strand Star Knot.

 Next is a sinnet of over two crowning, followed by a complex spiral crown sinnet, next a multi strand square crown sinnet.

Next comes a, over six under six lanyard knot, followed by a twelve strand complex solid sinnet.

Next comes a neat Gaucho knot style lanyard knot followed by an eight strand square 

Next a diamond lanyard knot followed by a six strand round sinnet.
Lastly a fully tucked Mathew walker and a four strand round sinnet attachment loop.

Now the business end of the deal!

The price for this item is £110.00 

Postage is £6.95 Royal Mail Special Delivery in the mainland UK.
All other destinations will be sent by "airsure" or "international signed for" if the service is available for your location, please contact me for an accurate shipping quote if outside the UK, as shipping costs may vary considerably depending on location.

Contact Me: knotty (dot) bear (at) gmail (dot) com

This item is also available to buy via my
Etsy Store 

You can also view my other items for sale here:
My Work For Sale.

Thanks for looking.
Take care,
Barry ;-)


Mellowme17 said...

That's amazing.

ShirCraftalot said...

It is fabulously beautiful !!! and that complex spiral crown sinnet intrigues me ! I searched a tutorial and tried a few techniques, but I don't manage in knotting it the same lovely way. You would make me very happy if you can tell me where to find the tutorial, or to explain me how to knot it :-)

Knotty Bear said...

Thank you for your kind comments ;-)

Shirley; I have tried to find a tutorial before when Stefanos asked me about it, sadly I was never able to find one, I was planning to make a tutorial but being so busy with work and other commitments I have not got to it yet, but if you have a copy of ABOK? make a crown like ABOK #959, and then continuously crown in one direction, and the spiral will just happen by itself, using different colours at the edges and in the middle emphasizes the spiral pattern.
I hope this helps a little?
Take care,
Barry ;-)

Unknown said...

Beautiful work!!

Knotty Bear said...

Thank you Brian ;-)