Learn different Paracord Braids to make your own Paracord Bracelet. There are many different Paracord braids you can learn, here are some of the most popular. The Cobra, King Cobra, Sidewinder, Viper, Rattler, Mamba, Fishtail, Boa Braids. The Cobra being the most popular, along with Fishtail, and King Cobra (which is the same braid as the Cobra, but braided back over the first part). You will get a different look depending on what colors of paracord you pick. Some Paracord bracelets look better using a light or dark color of Paracord, and some look better using opposites colors. You can add a Flatline, which is another color of paracord, with the center strings removed, then weaved into the top of the bracelet. If you want to add another color, you can do a Double Flatline across the top of your Bracelet. Get Paracord Bracelet Instructions and learn different Paracord Bracelet weaves like: Cobra, King Cobra, Sidewinder, Viper, Rattler, Mamba, Fishtail, Boa, and Copperhead. Get a Paracord Bracelet Kit, or buy a Custom Paracord Bracelet at Paracord Bands™.com Try some of theses other Paracord Projects, or learn the different Paracord Bracelet Patterns, Mamba, Cobra, Viper and more: How to make a Paracord Bracelet.
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Paracord Bracelet with Buckle. You will need these Paracord Bracelet Supplies, or buy a Paracord Bracelet kit. About 12 feet of Paracord, a Paracord Buckle, some scissors, and a lighter. First decide what Paracord Colors you want to use, then decide what type of buckle you want. Paracord Buckles with different styles and designs. Some prefer the plastic plastic side release buckles just because there more comfortable. The other option is metal Buckles or Shackles. Or try a adjustable metal buckle. Though heavier on your wrist, it adds style to your Paracord Bracelet and its adjustable. Completed this, try these other Paracord Projects. Paracord Bracelets are stylish and also useful. Paracord are simply more appealing and feels more secured on the wrist, than a paracord bracelet with out a buckle. Learn How to Make a Paracord Bracelet with a buckle. A Paracord Bracelet with Buckle is easier to take on and off then one with a knot of button. Plus a Paracord Bracelet with Buckle will stay on your wrist better, and you won’t have to worry about it falling off. You can also get a metal adjustable Paracord Buckle. Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet from Paracord Bands.com made in Alaska.
How to make a Paracord Keychain, the are the Paracord Supplies you will need, 3 ft of paracord, a Key ring, some Scissors, and Lighter. To make a 2 color Paracord Keychain, just heat up the ends of your paracord and squish them together. Setp 1, Attach the Paracord to the Key ring, like in the Picture below. Adjust the length you want your Paracord Keychain to be, make sure the paracord tails face out.
With the first piece of Paracord, lay it across the top.
Now bring the second piece over top of the first color of Paracord, then around the back, and up through the hole made by the first.
Then pull the paracord tight.
Continue the same braid, bring the first piece of Paracord across, Bring the second piece over top of the first, around the back, and up through the hole made by the first piece of Paracord.
Repeat the steps above.
Until you half about a inch and a half loop left, or how ever big you want it.
If you have a Paracord Needle, you can run the Paracord tails back into the weave and cut, or just cut and melt the ends.
Congrats, your Paracord Keychain should look like this.
Paracord Bracelet Instructions, step by step easy to follow pictures. Paracord Bracelet supplies, First you will need about 12 foot of Pararcord, depending on what weave, and the size of the bracelet. If you want to make a 2 color Paracord Bracelet, melt the 2 pieces of paracord together. Now pick what Paracord Bracelet weave you will use, the Cobra, King Cobra, Fishtail, Viper, Sidewinder, Boa, Mamba, or Rattler. Next you need a buckle, you can get the metal buckle, or a plastic one. The Metal Paracord Buckles can be unconformable to wear because of their weight, and if you have smaller wrists. We will start with the Cobra, scroll down and follow the picture instructions. Learn more Paracord Knots. Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet.
Step 1 – Attach the Paracord to the Buckles
Measure the Bracelet on your wrist.
Lay the First Piece of Paracord across the top. This will be the center color.
Bring the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top of the first, around the back and through the hole.
Pull both ends of the Paracord tight.
Lay the first piece of Paracord across the top.
Bring the 2nd piece of Paracord over the top of the first, around the back, and up through the hole.
and pull it tight.
Continue the Paracord Braid
Your Paracord Bracelet should look like this.
Get more Paracord Bracelet Instructions, and How to make a Paracord Bracelet, 8 different Braids.
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