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Paracord Projects of the Day, Learn to make a Paracord Keychain with reflective Paracord, and a double Tracer. For this Paracord Project you will need these supplies: 3 ft of Paracord , 3 ft or micro paracord, a key ring, some scissors, and a lighter. If you want a 2 color Paracord bracelet, melt the ends of the Paracord, and sqeeze them together. This paracord project takes about 10 to 15 minutes, depending on your skill level. This Paracord Project is beginner level, next try a Paracord Bracelet.
 
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Step 1: Paracord Projects - Step 1

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Attach the paracord to the keychain like in the picture below. Make sure the paracord tails face out. You can make this with Glow in the Dark Paracord too.

Step 2: Paracord Projects - Step 2

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Lay the first piece of paracord across, this will be the center color on the front, and the side color on the back.

Step 3: Paracord Projects - Step 3

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With the second piece of paracord, go over the top of the first, around the back of the project, and up through the hole made by the first of paracord, and pull tight.

Step 4: Paracord Projects - Step 4

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Continue the braid, lay the first piece of paracord across the project, bring the second piece over the top of the first, around the back, and up through the hole made by the first piece of paracord.

Step 5: Paracord Projects - Step 5

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Counting the braid, repeat steps 2 through 4, until you have about a inch loop left (or how big you want it).

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Your Paracord Project is almost completed. Once you have the paracord loop the size you want it, you can cut the paracord tails and melt the ends. If you have a Paracord needle, you can run the paracord back into the center, and cut the ends. Now your Paracord Project is completed. Check out more Paracord Projects like this, including DNA or Flatline Paracord Keychain. Learn How to make a Paracord Bracelet.
MPILBROW made it!6 months ago

Excellent instructable.

Made the keyring with orange and black paracord and also pink and purple paracord.

Instead of joining the two paracords near the top, I made it near the bottom, when the last or second to last weave covers the join. The main weave is also the same colour as the loop. In the picture of Purple and Pink. You can see the pink is always on the right at the ring and the purple is on the left

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