Multi Color Wookie Braid - found part

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    Multi Color Wookie Braid - found part

    Maybe someone has suggested it before, but I think I have identified the source of the multi color wookie braid. It is called a stampede string, the rawhide Turk’s head knots were the clue. After studying it a while I knew that I had seen something like it before. Check out this site:

    http://thvnvaq.safeshopper.com/7/52.htm?276

    Trying to find the right color combo would probably drive one crazy though. In the long run it would be easier just to make it from scratch.

    Alan

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    Re: Multi Color Wookie Braid - found part

    Looks good, maybe it'll be possible to dye them the right shades.

    I thought of using weaving hair from a beauty supply store since it comes in hundreds of shades, and is pretty inexpensive. It's made from plastic strands, so it looks kinky or bristly.

    Now you've got me thinking.

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    Re: Multi Color Wookie Braid - found part

    It looks like a match , I always thought that it was a bungee cord thing that use to attach luggage to roof racks but this looks much more like it

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