Picture of Easy Bracelet (Last-Minute Fathers' Day Gift)
What can you give your dad when you can't get to the shops without him, but you can get in his shed?

Two bits of paracord, a lump of technoscrap, and some Scouting know-how, and you have a gift fit for any cool dad.

Step 1: What you need.

Picture of What you need.
It's really easy - two pieces of narrow paracord, left over from something else, and something small with a hole in it.

I used a ceramic thing that came out of a computer, but you could use anything that's the right size and has a hole in it.  Maybe cut a piece of wood and drill it.
TheCommander6 months ago
as an added bonus your dad is now from electrical interference
Kerushii3 years ago
i cant tie a fisherman knot T^T
See step 4.
Great project, very clear instructable!

Keep up the good work!
Conker-X (author)  masynmachien3 years ago
Thank you.
canucksgirl3 years ago
Nice job Conker X. I like how it turned out! (I'm sure your dad did too). ;-)
Conker-X (author)  canucksgirl3 years ago
Thank you.

He says he did.
skerzzz3 years ago
could i also make this a necklace for myself? i love how the tied part looks when its done but how well will it stay tied together? would i have to keep tightening it?
Kiteman skerzzz3 years ago
Conker-X is offline right now.

Yes, it could easily make a necklace. If you pull the overhand knots tight, they stay very well, especilly if you use a natural-fibre cord.
wobbler Kiteman3 years ago
I like the design and I hate to be a Health and Safety freak, but for a necklace I'd make sure it can break away somehow just in case it snarls up on something, maybe using a proper catch rather than knots.
Kiteman wobbler3 years ago
Sheesh, paranoid much?

wobbler Kiteman3 years ago
You would be too if you knew who was watching you! ;o)
scoochmaroo3 years ago
I love it!
lizzyastro3 years ago
Nice job Conker.
Conker-X (author)  lizzyastro3 years ago
thanks :)
Kiteman3 years ago
Thanks, Conker!