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I was wondering about making isis heads, like salza are making. Basically, I understand the knot, but there is something I didn't really figured out: does it uses one layer or two? I mean, do I start from the end, go to center and finish, or do I go back all the way to the edge again end finish then? I thought they use the second method but when I tried it (with 10 mm rope) it came out really big, about 26 mm parimeter...
Posted:I don't think they are doing a double method. It looked like it had a core to me when I first saw it too and that make me think it was some kind of macrame but really I think it is just some kind of basic twisted lanyard.
Posted:well... I did an experiment today with 15 cm of 10mm rope, both one and two layers...
I can certainly say that two layers is way too big... 8 minutes of huge fire and lots of heat also quit heavy.... not something I want 70 cm from the place I'm doing contact. however, the one layer is a bit too small. I mean, it is big, and burn over 5 minutes, but since my staff is long, I can have something a bit bigger.
I though about trying isis staff with 12.5mm rope (1 layer). what do you say?