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The Fire Roll Technique... Jute

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Tags: fire roll, wool skating, making fire, fire, hobo stove, rocket stove, gasifier stove, alcohol stove, hand drill, bow drill, friction fire, bush craft
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Description: This is the 4th ignition I got from fire rolling jute today. It is an easy fiber to use with this technique. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of the video. Thanks.
Duration: 7 minutes and 41 seconds
Rating: 5/10 - Poor
Definition: HD
Published: March 01, 2015
Author: David West

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David West • 4 hours ago
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David West • 1 year ago
I got close on the no ashes fire roll. I'll need to make some changes on my boards to be successful.... But my boards were still good enough to get the ignition on the Yucca and Jute Fire Rolls with ashes.... Check it out. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of the video. Thanks!
David West • 1 year ago
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Boggy Creek Beast • 2 years ago
Fire Roll Jute twine. A new fiber for the "fire roll technique". Palm, Flax and Hemp fiber will work, too. This video was actually filmed in late November. A few days after filming I did attempt and was successful with Dogbane and Nettle(Dogbane and Nettle are my top two local picks to use with the Fire Roll). The fiber needs to be strong. This can be performed outdoors, too. I have used stones for both hand holds and bases, split wood, and tree bark for my rolling surfaces.***I looked into the origins of this method and all I could find was that a German survival expert, Rudiger Nehberg, wrote about it in his book. Apparently, prisoners of war used this method in concentration camps during WWII to light cigarettes. I believe this is called "wool skating" in Europe. I'm sure there is more to the origins of this method. Here is a short video of Rudiger Nehberg : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v m6NA6EL7T7Q A few videos of various fibers I came up with using this method. Dogbane Fire Roll : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v Kcu8mloOCg0 Nettle Fire Roll : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v ypyGm_2IYk4 Hemp Fire Roll : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v L1Ko1NoWXCE Milkweed : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v PXEksu7MqUs A playlist of various materials that I came up with using this method can be found here : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list PLPUSw5w2ZpSaoXXuUMrbxUE4mjmoW1zYJ If you need additional instruction or a tutorial then click here : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list PLPUSw5w2ZpSY7qD7eXf4Pxw5HCyU26jV1
David West • 3 days ago
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David West • 1 year ago
I wasn't going to make a video today. I was just outside practicing the Fire Roll technique. I brought 3 cotton balls out, my ashes, and boards, and quickly got ignition 3 times. I thought I would try some fabric for a change. There was an old shop towel under my work table so that's what I tried. Surprisingly, the ignition came pretty easily, so I decided to show you all this fascinating technique again. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of this video. Thanks!
freejutube • 1 year ago
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David West • 5 days ago
There really is no comparison. The non-ashed cotton fabric will ember up readily while exposed to the heat source but then immediated go out when removed from that source... The ashed cotton fabric will readily accept a spark and then with aerating grow that spark into a hot enough ember that will ignite to flames the cotton fabric. Come see the experiment within. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of the video. Thanks! *** Free online courses for those with a burning desire to learn.
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David West • 1 year ago
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