Brand recognition can be a good thing. Or not! Like when you're wearing a camera strap with 2" School-Bus-Yellow letters that scream, "I'm an expensive camera, model such-and-such. Steal Me!"
I made a new camera strap, weaving the "tape" on one of the lovely inkle looms made by @Wandrson. This is my first attempt at full-sized weaving (made one tiny tape on a miniature loom, made for me by Walter). The colors are brilliant and quite identifiable, but at least it doesn't scream NIKON. (The colors that look like yellow are actually electric green).
I added a "lining" that has three lengths of steel cable (jewelry beading wire) stitched inside it to make it slightly less slash-able.
For those that want to weave, here is a website (Carolingian Realm) with a free pattern generator that generates the weaving plans for any "plain weave" patterns.
Mucho thanks to @kyrithia for her suggestions on my warping.
Warping in process. This took me much longer than anticipated.
Weaving in process. I think the weaving process, not including the warping, took about 7 (?) hours to make a tape about 3 feet long. I am very slow and meticulous, especially since I'm still learning.