How to Tie a Net?


You take the net and take the outside corners of the net. When you do that you take all the corners and tie them into a knot. You can also use rope to secure the net.
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Tying a net is a long process but a rewarding one. You will have to decide what type of twine, cording or other material you wish to use. Tying the knots is a series of loops and tugs. As with knitting or crocheting your first couple of rows are the hardest, but then you'll get the swing of it.
If you want to make a net, you'll need to practice with the tying process. There are many informational sites on the interwebs to do just that. You can find more info at:
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