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This instructable will show how to make a paracord lanyard using the cross knot and snake knot. The lanyard can be used as a wallet chain, to secure ...
For this project, you'll need 10 feet of paracord, scissors, swivel snap hook, and a lighter. Optional supplies are hemostats, tape measure, and your own choice of attachments, ...
Find the center of your length of cord, form a bight, which will be the the loop end of your lanyard.
To tie the cross knot you're going to bring the strand of cord on the right over the left strand, back under to the right, and back under ...
Now with the left strand, bring it up under the 'S' shape through the top loop as shown.
Bring the strand back down over the first two parts of the 'S' shape and under the bottom as shown.
Tighten up the knot by carefully pulling on each of the working ends and loop ends of the cord. You can adjust the size of the lanyard's loop ...
Now you can tie the next knot in the lanyard, the same way as the first. After tying the next knot, work the slack through the knot until ...
Now you will add your attachment, like the swivel snap hook shown, putting both strands through the swivel eye to begin tying the snake knot.
Bring the right strand under the cords, then up over them as shown.
Now take the left strand over across the other strands, back behind and under the cords, and up through the right strand loop, as shown. Then tighten.
Take the right strand under and behind the cords then bring it back through the tightened knot, along side itself as shown, and tighten. This is where hemostats ...
Turn the lanyard over, so the other side of the knot is facing up. The working strand now on the right side will be brought under the cords, ...
You can use other two strand knots instead of the cross knot for variations on this style of lanyard. A few alternatives to try tying in a spaced ...
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