How To: Do a lanyard super cobra stitch

Do a lanyard super cobra stitch

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to do a lanyard super cobra stitch. For this you will need two pieces of gimp cord; one piece about 15 times longer than the other. Start the same way as you would with a regular cobra stitch. Make a loop on both the cords and pass the loop on the shorter piece through the loop in the longer piece. Then pass the upper end of the longer cord around the shorter cord and pull it up from under through its own loop. Now pull both ends to make it tight. This is the cobra stitch. Continue with this stitch for a length of about 4 – 5 inches on the shorter cord. Now turn the line yard over and make cobra stitches in the opposite direction over the first layer. Once you reach the bottom, flip it over and make a third layer of cobra stitches on top of these two layers. After you reach the bottom, make a knot in each of the longer strands, cut off the extra length and you are done.

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