Try these Paracord Projects, Learn how to make a Paracord Bracelet, Paracord Dog Collar, Paracord Keychain, or more. Start with real 550 paracord, which comes in hundreds of colors and color patterns. 550 Paracord is made up of 7 inner threads, and a protective sleeve. 550 Paracord has a breaking strength of more than 550 pounds. Paracord or Parachute cord was first used during WWII, in Parachutes. It quickly became popular as an all purpose rope, because of small diameter and high breaking strength. Now Paracord is a popular in the civilian worlds with outdoorist. There is a variety of easy Paracord Projects anyone can make. Paracord also comes in with a reflective strand, and even get Glow in the dark Paracord.

Making Paracord Projects is a great and inexpensive hobby. You can make a paracord  dog collar, if you have a dog or any kind of pet. A collar made  a paracord is a strong, and stylish collar that will last longer and cost less than a regular pet collar. Learn how to make a Paracord Bracelet in case you ever get in a jam. You can make a survival bracelet with fishline and hooks, or fire starters, or wire saw. Make a Paracord Knife handle, if your old handle breaks, just unwrap the paracord, make a snare, tie some branches together to make a shelter, or take the center strings out, tie them together and put a fishing hook on the end. Learn the different Paracord knots and weaves, Cobra, King Cobra, Mamba, Fishtail, Rattler, Boa, and Viper. The King Cobra weave uses the most paracord, up to 25 feet, and its the widest of the braids.  It is the same as the Cobra braid, but braided back over itself, great for weaving survival thing into, that you’ll always have on you wrist. Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet with these Paracord Bracelet instructions.

Paracord Projects

paracord projects

Paracord Projects