Category: Paracord Knots

Paracord Bracelet Patterns

Paracord Bracelet Patterns with step by step guide with pictures. Learn the Cobra, King Cobra, Viper, Fishtail, Boa, Mamba and Sidewinder. Then try use them to make your Paracord Projects. The most popular of the Paracord Bracelet Patterns is the Cobra. With this braid you can add Tracer, which is a piece of micro paracord braided in. You can also add a Flatline or double Flatline, which is a piece of paracord with the center strings taken out, and braided into the top of the Paracord Bracelet. The King Cobra is the same pattern as the Cobra, but braid over its self making it wider, and is used mostly for Survival Paracord Bracelets. Next the Fishtail braid, it is one on the more common braids used to make Paracord Bracelets, but only contains around 7 feet of paracord. The Fishtail braid is the narrowest of the Paracord Bracelet Patterns. The Mamba and Rattler braids are similar but unique, and also use about 7 feet of paracord. The Boa braid is the second widest weave, and is similar to the Fishtail braid. The Sidewinder is also a wider paracord weave, and is best made with 2 colors of paracord. The Viper braid is a newer braid, with an aggressive look, and looks best when made with 2 different colors of paracord.

Ready to start, you’ll need about 12 feet of 550 Pararcord, or if you want to make a 2 color Paracord Bracelet. Get two pieces of 6 foot Paracord and melt them together. Then you will need a buckle, you can get the metal Paracord adjustable buckle, or the side release plastic buckle. The Metal Adjustable Paracord Buckles can be unconformable to wear because of their weight (on smaller wrists), and the pins can fall out. The regular plastic side release buckles are more comfortable. The first Paracord Bracelet Pattterns, start with will be the Cobra Weave. After you have your Paracord Bracelet kits, just scroll down and follow the instructions to make your Paracord Bracelet. To Learn how to make the other Paracord Bracelet Patterns and Paracord knots, or get a Custom Paracord Bracelet.

Cobra Weave

Tracer

Tracer Weave

Flatline

Flatline Weave

King Cobra

King Cobra Weave

Fishtail

Fishtail Weave

Mamba

Mamba Weave

Boa

Boa Weave

Sidewinder

Sidewinder Weave

Viper

Viper Weave

Learn How to make a Paracord Bracelet.



Paracord Knots

Learn all the Paracord Knots and Paracord Bracelet Patterns or other Paracord Projects. Paracord Knot tying is one of the skills that everybody should learn as you will never know when you might need it. Though simple paracord knots work most of the time, if your doing a special paracord project your may want a more complicated knot. Making Paracord bracelets or other Paracord projects is one of the best and fun ways to learn knots and weaves. Here are a few of the popular Paracord Knots, Cobra, Fishtail, King Cobra, Mamba, Viper, and Boa. Most of the knots you can also use to make a paracord keychain, or lanyard.

Practical Paracord Knots like the bowline, square knot, half hitch, is good to make using 550 paracord. Because it can hold more than 550 pounds, and is great because of the small diameter and high breaking strength. Parachute cord or Paracord was first used in the military in WW2, and now Paracord is widely popular throughout the military and civilian world as well. Paracord is popular with outdoorists, and is commonly used to make a Paracord Bracelet. These bracelets can contain more than 25 feet of paracord, and you just wear it on your wrist just in case you every need it. You can also get them with fishing hooks, and fire starters woven in them, so you are prepared for any situation that you find yourself in. Learn How to make a Paracord Bracelet.

 

Paracord Knots

Paracord Knots

Survival Bracelet

Making Paracord Bracelets doesn’t always mean using buckles for closure, most of the time, a paracord knot is proffered by many because it is more fashionable. Paracord comes in different colors and patterns. Some are easier to make and other takes time and practice. Most common paracord knots are the Overhand Knot, the Lanyard Knot and the Paracord Snake Knot. Learn all the different Paracord weaves and braids.



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

Cobra Weave

King Cobra

King Cobra Weave

Flatline

Flatline Weave

Tracer

Tracer Weave

Fishtail

Fishtail Weave

Mamba

Mamba Weave

Viper

Viper Weave

Sidewinder

Sidewinder Weave

Boa

Boa Weave



550 Paracord Projects

Welcome to 550 Paracord Projects, find new paracord projects you can do. Learn all the Paracord Weaves, Cobra, King Cobra, Boa, Viper and more. You can make everything from a paracord bracelet, to a paracord dog leash. Plus check out the new paracord projects every week. The best paracord weaves to make paracord keychains are the cobra, viper, or king cobra. It you pick the cobra braid, you can add a Tracer or Flatline to it so it will stand out. A Tracer is a piece of micro paracord braided along the outside piece of paracord. A Flatline is a piece of paracord with the guts taken out, and braided into the top. You can add a Tracer of Flatline to any Paracord Project that you use a cobra weave. You can also add a Tracer to the Viper braid. Once you learned the Paracord Weave you want, pick a paracord buckle, you can go with a plastic side release paracord buckle, or try a metal adjustable paracord buckle.

Paracord Projects can be a great hobby, you can learn how to make a variety of things out of paracord that you can use daily. Learn to make a Paracord Bracelet or keychain, have a pet you can make a paracord collar. You can even use Paracord as grip for you knife, just wrap it tight around the handle. Have a big dog, make a paracord leash so you don’t have to worry about it breaking. Go hiking and camping a lot, make a Paracord Survival Bracelet, Survival Bracelets can hold up to 25 feet of paracord, plus you can braid in hooks, fire starters and other survival gear you may need in case you get in a tough situation. Get some 550 Paracord and start you Paracord Projects today, check out the rest of this blog for more ideas.

550 paracord projects



Lanyard Knot

The lanyard knot or also called the Diamond Knot is one of the easiest kind of knot when working with a cord or a rope. A lanyard knot is bigger than a overhand knot making it ideal as a stopper when making bracelets. A lanyard knot can make any bracelet look attractive and more professionally made. It is recommended to learn the lanyard knot at it is handy in your many paracord projects.

A lanyard knot is a nice addition to any lanyard projects. A lanyard knot is more confusing than hard as the beginning but once you get the hang of it, a lanyard knot can be your go-to-knot. The only way to master any skill is through practice but you can be an expert in making a lanyard knot in just a day or two. Your fist lanyard knot might be a little sloppy just but remember that practice makes perfect.