How To Make A Toothbrush In The Field - To make a twig toothbrush, simply cut a green twig about the diameter of a pencil and just as long. Pound the end of the twig with a clean, smooth rock. Then chew this end for a minute to moisten and soften the bristles; and finally, brush away.
Twig Loom: Tie small twigs together for the loom. Wrap with yarn and weave! Try weaving with different width and textured materials, even paper. Construction paper strips, twisted tissue paper or crepe paper can be colorful and pretty. Wider or thicker material will fill your loom quickly, finishing the project faster.
Carrick Bend This Square Knot alternate joins two ropes together securely, and is easier to untie than a Square Knot. How to Tie: To tie the Carrick Bend, form a loop with the free end of one rope. Pass the other rope’s free end under the first loop, and then over then under as seen in the picture. Thread the free end across the loop passing under itself, and pull on both standing ends to tighten. #Lashes
When it comes to survival tactics and gear, there is little that survivalists can agree on. But there is one thing that all survivalists all say for certain: You need a survival knife in with your supplies. Having a survival knife means you can do things like make your own cordage, make shelters, baton wood, and skin animals with a lot more ease. But a dull survival knife isn’t going to do you much good.