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This is one of the easiest bracelets to make, very simple and quick. I will be making it on a paracord jig which makes it easier but is not needed. Enjoy.
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Step 1: Materials

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1: 6 to 10 feet of paracord
2: Butane lighter
3: Scissors
4: Paracord jig (optional)

Step 2: The Start

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First if you are doing a double color you will need to melt the cords together have about 4 to 5 feet on each side. Then determine how long you want it, I want a 7 inch so I make the buckles 7 inches apart and string the paracord on.

Step 3: The Starting Knot

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Once you have it strung, you take one cord (im doing the right side) and go across, on the left you go over the right piece under the base cords and through the right hand loop, then tighten.

Step 4: Reverse

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Then you do it again with the other side.

Step 5: Finishing

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You just keep doing it again and again and again.

Step 6: Finishing

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Cut the excess cord from the bracelet, then melt the ends.

Step 7: YOUR DONE!!

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víola your finished,
please feel to ask questions, comment, and share tips or suggestions.
Thanks for reading.
aesquivel6 months ago
how much paracord for that 7 inch bracelet?
jan.a.nerone made it!11 months ago

I made this as a water bottle lid leash/handle. Thanks for the descriptions of the beginning and end attachment strategy. I was struggling to remember that bit!

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jhardev007 made it!1 year ago

red and black

MandalorianMaker (author) 1 year ago
that was Jacobs deal talk to him
Make the bracelet without the jig! Us blondes aren't THAT smart! And mark wants me to get his hero factory's back
MandalorianMaker (author) 1 year ago
I have 350 on my other cat :P
I see you just finished it :) I have 61 views on my French braid thingy