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Paracord Weaves

Learn Paracord Weaves and Paracord Knots to make your own Paracord Projects, Bracelet, lanyard or Paracord keychain.  Here are some of the most popular Paracord Weaves, Cobra, Fishtail, King Cobra, Sidewinder, Viper, Rattler, Boa, and Mamba. The Cobra weave being the most popular, along with Fishtail, and the King Cobra, is the same braid as the Cobra, but braided back over its self. You can get a different look depending on what colors you choose, try using 2 light or dark colors of 550 Paracord, and some look better using opposites shade of color. Google +
Some Paracord weaves you can add another color to your Paracord Bracelet if you make the Cobra weave. You can add a Flatline or Tracer. A Flatline is another color of paracord, with the gut strings taken out, and is braided into the top of the Paracord Bracelet. You can also try a Double Flatline across the top of you Paracord Bracelet. A Tracer is a piece of micro paracord braided along side the outer paracord. To see the different Paracord weaves, and how there made, click on the name of the weave you want to see:  King Cobra, Boa, Sidewinder, Cobra, Viper, Rattler, Mamba, and Fishtail. For more info about Paracord weaves, Paracord Bracelet Kits, or Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet. Check out this blog for more great Paracord Projects.


Cobra Weave

King Cobra

King Cobra Weave


Flatline Weave


Tracer Weave


Fishtail Weave


Mamba Weave


Viper Weave


Sidewinder Weave


Boa Weave

Paracord Knife Handle

Get Paracord knife handle instructions, start with a knife with a broken handle, that you can wrap with paracord. You will want about 4 feet of paracord if it’s a smaller handle, or 8 feet of paracord for a large handle. Also get a lighter and some siccors. There are a few different ways to wrap it, we will start with a simpler one. Start by finding the center of the paracord. Take the center strings out of the paracord, then fold the paracord in half. Put the knife in the middle, and wrap the paracord around it making it cross, like in the picture below. Pull it tight, and bring the paracord to the other side and cross it. Continue wrapping the knife handle in paracord. Make a X with the paracord, pull it tight and bring the paracord to the other side. Then do it again. Continue it until you get about a inch from the end of the handle. Once you have the handle the length you want it, tuck the paracord ends back into the braid.

Your Paracord Knife handle is almost done. Just cut the Paracord ends off, and melt them close the the handle. Now you paracord knife handle is complete. Next time you in the woods and need some rope, just unravel it from your knife. There are a few different ways to wrap it, this is a easier one, and takes about 10 minutes. Follow the step by step picture instructions below. Already made this try these other paracord projects or, Learn how to make a Paracord Bracelet, or Paracord lanyard.

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