Picture of I.D. Lanyard
Made this lanyard quite some time ago to hold my access badge and CAC card for work.

Main section is made from a continuous piece of paracord about 50' long.  It was made using a knitting spool.
The end is a separate piece of paracord that was that was threaded down the center of the main and thing tied around a split ring with the solomon bar.
Tizaro2 years ago
looks nice, but no instructions on how to do it...why is this here if there are no instructions
mr1142 years ago
Still to late to request a instructable >.< Great looking lanyard!
Nykon19693 years ago
I know its been almost a year on this, but I am really interested to know how you made this.
That is really awesome, it's funny I made a lanyard for my access badge round the same time. But yours looks way better, my lanyard had to have a break away so it looks way different.
Schmidty8504 years ago
Show us how to make it please it looks so coooooooooool
i agree please post an instructable on how to make it.
spidrboy764 years ago
Awesome lanyard. Really interested in how to make this, I could use it to hold my ID/security cards and one for my wallet when I'm riding my motorcycle. Is the whole thing constructed from P-Cord, the brown part looks like leather.
why couldnt you use it for that and eschmunk said it is all out of paracord.
eschmunk (author) 4 years ago
Thanks for the comments. I may try to get some instructions up here as soon as I have enough free time to do it right. Going to be in Italy for a few days, may try after I get back.

In the meantime there are some videos on youtube showing how to used a knitting spool. the spool I used was made from a wooden napkin ring with 3 small nails.

@spidrboy76 - yes the whole thing is made from paracord. the brown portion is a continuous piece approximately 50' long. Green portion is about 5' long.

Let me know if anyone else has any questions.