Created this a while ago and been meaning to upload the design.
Simple coasters with Acrylic and Paracord I had lying around. Just follow the diagram when weaving. The verticals should be threaded loosely through the acrylic. They will tighten up once the horizontals are woven. When you get back to the beginning, cut the paracord so the corner pieces overlap about a 1/4" and burn with a lighter or match and fuse them together. The paracord bumps on the bottom raise the coaster off furniture and keep it from scratching furniture. Just rinse them off and let them dry when they get dirty. I used black paracord but there are tons of colors and patterns available! Enjoy!!
Sweeet! (It’s like those potholder looms at camp.)
That is what my inspiration was! That’s hilarious!
That’s really a good design.I can tell you’re having fun with that new tool/toy!
Welcome to the forum. The collective here grows stronger with every member, thanks for joining us!
I have had mine for about 2 months and have saved a ton of money on going out and drinking. Unfortunately, I have spent it on materials. LOL
I have more designs to post but don’t want to overwhelm the collective today.
Hehe, unfortunately having a slave robot has freed my hands and allowed me to spend more time at my bar (the laser is in the next room). Big change from old school when if you put the tool down stuff stopped happening.
Nice. You don’t see too many mixed material projects here. I like it.
I using materials I have laying around.
That’s exactly where I went! Thanks for the design @designvh619
Thanks for this. I look forward to those other designs you mentioned.
The fortune teller told me I would spend much of my life behind bars and she was correct, the next week I got a job as a bartender!
And another freebie from you! Thanks! It’s clear that you are an artist— the beautifully illustrated assembly diagram gives you away.
This is great, about how much cord does it use? I already have many colors that I use to make lanyards and bracelets.
thanks! It takes a little over 2 yards for each.
Wow, nice illustration! Thank you for the design!