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A few new fusion ties...

Postby kiko2704 » Sun Jun 12, 2011 11:04 am

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Here are a few new fusion ties I came up with recently. :D
The woodland camo one is a just a double Caterpillar Sinnet.
The coyote brown one is a slight modification of the Single Genoese Bar.
The last one (in ACU camo) is a try to combine the Solomon Bar and standart weaving technique.
:!: Note that I don't know if any of these ties exist already. :!:
Also there is half a dozen fusion knots I am going to show in the next few days so stay tuned. ;)

Greeting from Bulgaria

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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby MillitaryKid42 » Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:05 pm

Those are awesome.
the middle one (coyote brown) is my favorite. I'll have to try to reproduce it.
the last one (ACU cammo) looks like my first attempt at the blaze bar.
all in all those are very creative.
looking forward to seeing more in the near future.
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby bigjulian132 » Sun Jun 12, 2011 4:33 pm

Right on man those look great. keep up the awesome work.
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby kiko2704 » Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:24 am

Thank you very much. As I said before there are more to come. However I don't have any good photos of them right now :roll: . I am going to post the ties as soon as I take the photos.
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby rlandquist » Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:48 am

The first one looks like it might be the River Bar and the second one looks like JD's Backbone bar. Check them out under the Knot Gallery.

I could be wrong, sometimes hard to tell from just a photo.
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby kiko2704 » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:07 am

Yes they look very similar in appearance but are totally different in tying technique :!: . I know the River and Backbone Bars really well and they have almost nothing in common. The first one i like a double variant of the Chain/Caterpillar Sinnet and unravels in seconds. And the second is a modification of the Single Genoese Bar while the Backbone bar is created via slipknots. I may have to post some instructions but I am not very good in teaching :? . How ever there is only one way to learn if I can do it. :)
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby rlandquist » Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:22 am

I would love to see some instructions on those.
Give it a try!
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby SyberProdigy » Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:44 pm

Great looking designs!
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby FrayedKnots » Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:21 pm

I really like that middle one, very nice indeed.
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Re: A few new fusion ties...

Postby kiko2704 » Thu Jun 23, 2011 6:32 am

As I promised here are some more fusion ties. Some of them may look very familiar to you and thats right. They look similar to the KBK and Bush bar but are quite different in methods of tying.
So no more talking - here are some pictures!
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Sorry about the poor picture quality but my photographing skills are not great.
Some of these ties have a rather chaotic pattern and all of them are flat and wide.
However I don't like these. Just not my type.
Here is my favorite tie (and bracelet) of mine!
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This is probably the only tie I have an idea of a name for. It looks really similar to a Crocodile Tail to me.
The characteristics of the knot are great too. It is quick unraveling and pretty tough one.
So that's for now.
More to come!
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