How to Make a Rope Net?

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To make a rope net, you will need to obtain all the correct materials including twelve pieces of 3/4 inch rope and a ruler. Next, you will begin by taking two of the ropes to make the first bend. See link below for detailed instructions www.ehow.com
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Making a rope net will take a lot of elbow grease. You'll also need rope, a pen, and a ruler. First, you need to decide the main purpose of the net. Its main purpose will determine its design.
Decide what size holes you need in your net to catch fish, crabs, etc. With a few simple materials, you'll have your net in no time. Measure how much rope you need. Mark it and knot it. Making a rope is very time consuming. Make time. Be patient. You can find more info at: www.ehow.com
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