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Step 2: Measure wrist

Wrap the paracord around you wrist and make a note of where the cord meets. Hold this point next to your ruler or tape measure and that's your wrist size.

<p>Great job,&nbsp; you inspired me to make one of my own. I didn't have a snap buckle though, so I modified mine.</p>
I love the loop, how did you do it? <br>
<p>I've got a 15$ Paracord bracelet for free <a href="http://the-natural-treatment.com/Paracord-bracelet.php" rel="nofollow">HERE</a>.</p>
<p>only for USA, the rest of the world dosn't exist.</p>
The rest of WHAT?!<br><br>-Tim in USA
refer to coment above<br>(Matthew23<br>I've got a 15$ Paracord bracelet for free HERE.)<br>When you click onto link and fill in address, there is only USA in countries list, therefore my coment. This is typical of companies in Usa not sending out to the rest of the world.<br>
&nbsp;This looks great - do you have an instructable on how you did it? I can't work it out from the photos.
OK, I don't think I need to post a full instructable for my bracelet because I just combined two posted instructables. But I will tell you what I did.<br /> Measure your paracord according to&nbsp;stormdraines version, but add 1 foot. Tie the knot&nbsp;that is&nbsp;in this version. <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/In_and_out_Knot_and_loop_Bracelet/" rel="nofollow">http://www.instructables.com/id/In_and_out_Knot_and_loop_Bracelet/</a><br /> So I started it like kcardwel's but instead of tieing it to furniture and using a seperate piece of cord, I braided it like stormdraine. The end part was a little tricky. I braided it to the end until there was only enough room to fit the two loose ends of cord through the loop. I had one slightly longer end so I used that one to form the loop for the&nbsp; big knot, I think I tied a knot so the loop was in place. I then loosely wrapped the ends around the loop 3 times and then fed the cord through those loops (like a noose). I then pulled them tight and ran them down&nbsp;under the braids&nbsp;of the bracelet.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br /> Hope this helps :)<br /> <br />
Wow that bracelet looks awesome u should make an instructable for that if you haven't already tell me when you do.<br /> &nbsp; <br />
&nbsp;Thanks for the great Instructable! I've been looking for a new collar for my Mastiff, Zeke, for a while now and thought the King Cobra stitch would look pretty good. I used 45' of Bright Red (wife's idea) 550 Paracord and a 3/4&quot; side release buckle, both from Supply Captain (thanks for the link). I also re-appropriated a &quot;D&quot; ring from an old collar so I could hook a leash to him for walks. Using some extra 550, I made a few Chain Sinnet&nbsp;bracelets&nbsp;based on the instructions from your blog. Great stuff, thanks for posting.&nbsp;
<p>i made 2 of these at camp and i am in love with them </p>
<p>THanks for the tutorial it was really simple to follow.</p>
<p>this was my 1st try and I think it came out pretty good. I already knew how to do the knots, but the clasps, measurements, etc. I had no clue about. Thank you so much for your awesome instructions! Now I'm going to start getting creative since I've got this part down! Thanks again! ??✌?️?</p>
<p>Thanks for this.</p><p>Mine came out well for the first attempt, after I figured out the second knot. Just trying to get a neat finish on the ends; should be good after some practice.</p>
<p>Great idea!!</p>
<p>My friend is making such things: http://tka-shop.com/en/shop/paracord-bracelet-s-t-a-l-k-e-r/</p>
<p>put a twist on my version</p>
nice job bro.
<p>The ones i made following your instructions.thanks again!</p>
<p>Thanks for the instructions used this over some i had with a kit that were useless.</p>