Paracord Bracelet Instructions

By | June 16, 2014

Paracord Bracelet Instructions, step by step easy to follow guide with pictures. To Start you need about 12 foot of Pararcord, or if you want to make a 2 color Paracord Bracelet, get two pieces of 6 foot Paracord and melt them together. Next decided what Paracord Bracelet Braid you want to use, the Cobra, Viper, King Cobra, Fishtail, Sidewinder, Mamba, Boa, or Rattler. Then you will need a buckle, you can get the metal Paracord adjustable buckle, or the side release plastic buckle. The Metal Paracord Buckles can be unconformable to wear because of their weight, and the pins can fall out. The regular plastic buckle is more comfortable. The first Braid to start with will be the Cobra, after you have your Paracord Bracelet kit, just scroll down and follow the instructions to make your Paracord Bracelet. Get Paracord Bracelet instructions to make a Viper Paracord Bracelet, or try these other Paracord Projects, Paracord keychain, Paracord Knife Handle, Paracord Lanyard. Learn more Paracord Bracelet Patterns and Weaves.

 

Lay one piece of paracord across, this will be the center color.

Paracord Bracelet instructions

Bring the other piece over the top, around the back, and up through the hole made by the first.

Paracord Bracelet instructions

Pull the paracord ends tight, evenly.

Paracord Bracelet instructions

Keep braiding.

Paracord Bracelet instructions

Continue the braid until you reach the other buckle

Paracord Bracelet instructions

You Paracord Bracelet Completed.

Paracord Bracelet instructions

Here is what your finished Paracord Bracelet should look like. Remember to pull the Paracord knots tight. Try making a Paracord Bracelet with a Tracer or Flatline. Tracer is a piece of mirco paracord that is braided along side the outer piece of 550 paracord. Flatline is a piece of paracord with the center strings taken out and braided into the top of the Paracord bracelet, you can also do a double Flatline. Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet from Paracord Bands.com – made in Alaska.

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