In any case, I'm back with something that I am pretty proud of that I made. Do you ever sit and just admire something you have created? You know, just sit and look at it, hold it in your hands and grin like the Cheshire Cat? Yeah...me either.
First and foremost, the credit for this design goes to The Paracordist. I watched his video on making the pouch and followed his instructions. I made mine a bit larger than his example, but everything was done the same as he showed in his video. Go check him out, he really has some great tutorials.
I used a 11.5 ounce coffee can as my form, and probably in the neighborhood of 50 feet of 550 paracord. Maybe even a bit more than that, I can't be 100% sure. I didn't use a single length of cord, it was just too long to work with. I ended up using several 15-20 feet sections in making my pouch. I melted the ends and stuck them together. I also tried to place them in such a way to hide them in a knot or at least on the inside of the pouch where they couldn't be seen.