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Learn how to make a Boa Paracord Bracelet. You will need about 14 feet of paracord and a paracord buckle. This Paracord braid is easier to make with a paracord jig, but can be done without one. This is a wide paracord bracelet.

Step 1: Boa Paracord Bracelet - 1

Attach the Paracord to the buckles like in the picture, then measure it on your wrist. Then bring the paracord tails back to the first buckle. Bring the first piece of paracord across perpendicular, then with the second piece of paracord, go over the top of the first one, around the back of the bracelet, then up through the loop made by the first piece of paracord.

Step 2: Boa Paracord Bracelet - 2

Then with the second piece of paracord, loop around the first, over the top of the center 2, and underneath its self so you have both paracord tails on the same side. You should always end with both paracord tails on the same side. Now with the first piece of paracord, go over the top of the second, behind the 2 center pieces of paracord, then down around the far piece, over the top of the middle 2, and underneath the second piece of paracord. ( the 2nd piece of paracord is red, and black is the first piece)

Step 3: Boa Paracord Bracelet - 3

Then with the second piece of paracord, loop around the first, over the top of the center 2, and underneath its self so you have both paracord tails on the same side. Now with the first piece of paracord, go over the top of the second, behind the 2 center pieces of paracord, then down around the far piece, over the top of the middle 2, and underneath the second piece of paracord. ( the 2nd piece of paracord is red, and black is the first piece)

Step 4: Boa Paracord Bracelet - 4

Keep braiding until you reach the other buckle. Make sure to pull the slack of the paracord after each braid, and to end with both paracord tails on the same side.

Step 5: Boa Paracord Bracelet - 5

Now your Boa Paracord Bracelet is complete. You can make this with one or 2 pieces of paracord. This is a wide paracord bracelet so you don't want to use a small buckle with it. More Paracord Projects, check out NewParacord Blog.

Sources:

ParacordTime.com

ParacordBands.com

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<p>how did you attach the initial pieces to the buckle? Is there 3 or 4 pieces and are they attached like a cow hitch knot? I am confused by the start of this and if they are attached to both sides of the buckle from the get go and the used pieces are coming from the bottom buckle?</p>
<p>I have been looking for this for some time now. Great tutorial.</p>
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<p>ooo great idea... il see if I can make this a dog collar for my dog thx for the idea</p>
really cool. however, more pictures of the beginning setup would be really useful. please show pictures and steps for attaching to both buckle parts.

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