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Paracord can be very useful stuff. It can be woven into a strong band, gutted for the nylon strands inside, or even just used to tie something together. We want to see what great paracord ideas you have and so we're having a Paracord Contest!

To enter you must publish a new Instructable that involves paracord. It doesn't need to be the biggest part of your Instructable, but the more interesting thye use of paracord the better.

Make a fantastic project and win a laser-etched Leatherman Juice along with our Instructables Prize Pack that includes a one-year Pro membership, and a Robot t-shirt!

This is a speed contest and will only be open for 2.5 weeks so get to it! We can't wait to see what you'll make!

More than one entry can be submitted although each entrant can only win one prize. International entries are accepted.

How to enter the contest:
  1. Publish a new Instructable that documents your paracord project.
  2. In the publish page, select the checkbox for the Paracord Contest to enter it.
  3. Missed the checkbox? No worries, click this link to enter it.


First Prize 
Leatherman Juice with your custom message laser-etched onto it!

Also the Instructables Prize Pack which includes a one-year Pro membership, Robot t-shirt, and more!

Runner Up
The Instructables Prize Pack which includes a one-year Pro membership, Robot t-shirt, and more!

Open to enter: March 24, 2010 12:01 AM PST


Deadline for entries: April 11, 2010 11:59 PM PST

View Contest now!
Anyone for another Paracord contest? It's bee a few years... =)

It would be awsome if i won.

CaseyCase5 years ago
 Watch out! Stormdrane's gonna win for sure!
With regard to paracord projects, it's Stormdrane's world and we just live in it. :)

 so true. I like his snake weave.
ERCCRE1235 years ago
I now have the motivation to make an instructable on paracord! But my camera is missing...
Kiteman5 years ago
Just wait until the weekend...
Is that when your paracord arrives?
That's when I will have time to tie it in photo-friendly daylight.

I believe that my project is a unique twist on a traditional craft (assuming I have not accidentally re-invented an existing technique), so I want to try it out a couple of times before the final version.