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.