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How to make Cordage out of Tree Bark

In the video below Townsends demonstrates how to make cordage (twine) out of tree bark. A variety of other plant fibres can also be used to make cordage (or even bowstrings).

One of my personal favourites is to use the heartstrings of various types of tall weeds, as the heart strings have a silk-like strength and consistency. The heartstrings can then be twisted together and make a very strong bowstring.

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