How to Make Your Own Bondage Choker

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So today I’ve got a little something special for you all. I’ve put up a tutorial on how to make a choker out of a series of double coin knots.  This is surprisingly easy to do and it looks great, even worn in mixed vanilla company. If you need a refresher on how to tie the double coin knot, you must check out TwoKnottyBoys!

I made two types of these chokers. One was made out of piping cord, which is found in the upholstry section of your fabrics and crafts store. This is by far the easiest material to use. I decided to use piping cord over a thin rope because the cord has a sheen to the finish so it looks a little fancier, but really you can use any rope type material you want. The second type was done with beaded wires, it was ridiculously tedious beading the wires and fussing with the fastening clasps  so that’s really the only downfall.

These would make great xmess gifts! All you need are scissors, tape, and piping cord (or beaded wires). Find the center of the cord and secure it to a work surface using the tape. Give yourself enough space at the top to form a loop, now make a double coin knot. Leaving a small bit of space, make another double coin knot. Adjust the second knot so that there is a bit of space between it and the first knot. Continue this process until you reach the length you need. Give yourself a bit of room and then tie a knot or a double knot at the end of the piping, cut and finish the ends and secure the knot. Now your choker is complete, to fasten the choker, place the knotted end into the loop at the end of the other side.  Onward to the video tutorial!

~ by An Amazing Woman on December 21, 2008.

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