Introduction: Paracord Knots
Learn Paracord Knots to make all your Paracord Projects. After you learn all the Paracord Knots and braids, Learn How to make a Paracord Bracelet, Paracord Keychain, Lanyard, Paracord Dog Collar and more. There are many different knots and weaves here are some of them, Cobra, King Cobra, Viper, Sidewinder, Boa, Fishtail, Rattler and Mamba. See all of the Paracord Bracelet Patterns.
Step 1: Paracord Knots - Cobra
The Cobra Paracord Knot is the most common knot to make paracord bracelets, and Keychains. You can use 2 colors, plus 1 or 2 Flatlines. A Flatline is a piece of paracord with the center strings taken out, braided into the top of a paracord bracelet. You can also add a tracer which is a piece of micro paracord braided next to the side piece of 550 paracord.
Step 2: Paracord Knots - King Cobra
The King Cobra Paracord Knot is a popular braid to make paracord bracelets if you want the most amount of Paracord. It can hold up to 25 feet of paracord, and is the same knot as the cobra, braid back over its self. You can also make it with a Tracer or Flatline. Try all the Paracord Knots.
Step 3: Paracord Knots - Fishtail
The Fishtail Paracord Knot is the narrowest braid. Is great for smaller wrists and kids, it only uses about 8 feet of paracord.
Step 4: Paracord Knots - Viper
The Viper Paracord Knot is a newer paracord braid, with a aggressive look. It looks best when you use 2 different colors of paracord. Check out the next Paracord Knot.
Step 5: Paracord Knots - Sidewinder
The Sidewinder Paracord Knot is a wider paracord braid. It is a unique knot that separates the Paracord down the middle. Learn how to make all these Paracord Bracelets and more, get the Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet, or check out the new Paracord Blog.