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Do you have to remove your glasses often, and are afraid of losing them when you aren't wearing them? Why not keep them around your neck? Paracord is a cheap, extremely durable, multi-use, and stylish material for building and crafting. Which makes it perfect for this project! Keep your sharp shades quick at hand with the Paracord Glasses Lanyard!
 
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Step 1: What You Need

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• Two 3 foot strands of your favorite color (or 2 colors) paracord.

• Glasses/Sunglasses

• Scissors

• A Lighter

• Hands (If telekinetic, hands not required)


Total average crafting time: about 30 minutes

Step 2: Time To Tie

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Time to talk about knots. I know, it's probably knot what you expected to read about. Heh.

*If for one reason or another my description photos seem confusing, please make sure to let me know so I can rethink my explanation process! Please use caution when burning ends of the paracord. And as always, make sure to stick with it!*

This knot that will be constricting the ends of your glasses is called a Slip Knot. It is easily removable if you choose to, yet really grips even the slickest Turtle Shell.

Tie this knot on both ends of your 3 foot long piece of paracord. After you complete the knots, snip the shorter excess ends to about 1/8 of an inch long and singe the ends to fuse them into the knots. Be careful not to melt them too much!

Ahhhcrap4 months ago

Thanks for this! After making one exactly as shown here, I decided to make a couple of modifications. The first thing I found was that standard paracord was rather heavy for my light framed prescription glasses. So I decided to gut the inner fibers of both paracord pieces. I used a piece only 9 inches long for the cinch, to further cut down on the weight.
The end result is terrific, and I now have all 4 pairs of various glasses fitted with this Instructable. I plan to make a bunch more for friends and family. And no more watching in horror as my expensive prescription glasses twirl while making its way down to bottom of the lake while fishing. lol

Thanks again.
Cheers!
Andre

Ontario, Canada

Big1011Guy made it!5 months ago

WOW -- this was my first attempt at
making a Paracord Item -- Thanx go out to trans4mation for the step by
step - easy to follow instructions. The 3' length paracord measurements
where right on - perfect fit - really like being able to easily adjust
the lanyard's length. No way I will lose my glasses the next camping
trip.

Big1011Guy

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I think I missed this one, this is such a cool Idea. Thank you so much for sharing :)

trans4mation (author)  Tarun Upadhyaya9 months ago

Thank you Tarun! You as well!

dpayton sr9 months ago
love this idea.
trans4mation (author)  dpayton sr9 months ago

Thanks so much!

very goood