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By those times, according to Siever, abaca was utilized as a cordage fiber, or for rope-making, particularly those used in ships and boats.
7 (provisional) for the previous month due to lower price of viscose yarn, manufacture of cordage, rope, twine and netting and woollen yarn, cotton yarn and manufacture of other textiles.
Used or new rags, scrap twine, cordage, rope and cables and worn out articles of twine, cordage, rope or cables, of textile materials.
At one end of the room was a busy network of ropes and cordage allowing members to harness their balance and upperbody strength.
Some of the common non-emergency uses for these blankets are but not limited to: water gathering, making a rain shelter, waterproofing, using it as a heat reflector and as cordage.
Making cordage is a fundamental survival skill that should not be overlooked.
It's really simple, and all you'll need is some rope or cordage.
46) Nevertheless, before 1949, Niagara employers such as Plymouth Cordage, Atlas Steels, Joseph Stokes Rubber, Hayes Dana, Foster Wheeler, and McKinnon Columbus Chain, willingly collaborated with the CFL.
And of the bark, it is thin, tough, rubbery, and can be easily peeled for ornamenting basketry and making cordage.
These products include, wire rope, chain, ittings, hoists, cordage, wire rope slings, nylon/round slings, chain slings and custom made lifting products.
Natural Fiber Cordage Workshop for Adults Explore the fibers found naturally in the woods.