A slot: The A slot is any outside slot found on the border.
B slot: The B slot is any inside slot found on the border.
Border: The border is the Gold Solomon Bar we braided in steps 2 – 4.
Center Box/Zoomed Image: The center box is a zoomed in box which shows closer, more detailed images. They occasionally shows up in the center of the diagram throughout several steps.
Diagram: The diagram is the whole image itself, with the different quadrants or sections (parts) inside of it.
Foundation Cords: The foundation cords are the from the marker line down towards the loop. The foundation cords will be what we are braiding around to form the border of the paracord pouch.
Horizontal Weaves/Threads: The horizontal weaves are the weaves that go from the left of the pouch to the right and vise versa.
Left Working Cord: The left working cord is the current cord that is on the left side of the foundation cords. Notice, once the left working cord is transferred over to the right side, it becomes the right working cord, and vise versa.
NOTICE: A notice simply presents a tip, or suggestion on how to go about a certain step or part.
Options/Alternative Methods: Options represent alternative ways to achieve the particular part or step.
Part: A part represents a sectioned off portion of the overall diagram.
Right Working Cord: The right working cord is the current cord that is on the right side of the foundation cords. Notice, once the right working cord is transferred over to the left side, it becomes the left working cord, and vise versa.
Step: A step represents the step itself. There’s 13 steps overall in this DIY Tutorial on how to make a paracord pouch for an Altoids tin.
Vertical Weaves/Thread: The vertical weaves are the weaves that go from the top of the pouch to the bottom and vise versa.
Working Cords: Working cords are the cords you’re currently working with. Weather you’re weaving, threading or braiding with a specific cord, that is considered a working cord.