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Cordage

  

Articles & Photos about cordage

 

 
Cordage from Yucca

 
 

Cordage from specific plants

  • Agave - Shows the raw fibers, a movie of making the cordage, and finished cordage

  • Basswood - Cordage from this common tree's bark

  • Dogbane - How to collect the fibers from this cordage plant. Also pictures of the plant.

  • Grass - Some photos of cordage made from grasses

  • Leatherwood - The bark of this shrub is incredibly tough

  • Swamp Milkweed - The fibers from this plant make superior quality cordage!

  • Nettles - A guide to identifying this plant. Nettles can also be eaten.

  • Roots - How to collect and use these for cordage

  • Yucca - Processing Yucca Fibers - by Storm (now only on the Stone Age Skills website)

Leatherwood

Other cordage topics

Cordage made from Hemp fibers