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Step 9: Other variations

Once you have the hang of the basic bracelet/collar, you can add another layer of cobra stitches overlapping the first set of knots, called a king cobra stitch/doubled Solomon bar/doubled Portuguese sinnet. The amount of cord used for a king cobra is about twice as much as for the regular stitch. Both the 1/16" and 3/32" sizes work well for the bracelets and can be used alone or combined with paracord.

Glow-in-the-dark paracord is available now, found from various online vendors and on ebay, but I've not used any myself, so I couldn't say if it's any good or not, or how long it glows.

<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>
&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>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>
<p>super idea!! gotta try it.</p>
<p>Great tutorial,but i would love to have some extra fitings like a compass and fire starter like this one here <a href="http://amzn.to/1WqsleQ" rel="nofollow">http://amzn.to/1WqsleQ</a> .I loved your tutorial its very handy and looks exactly like dis!</p>

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