Lovely Knotty People LOL,

I am really enjoying working with paracord and every other day I am learning something new. The recent paracord contest had some amazing ibles, I have learned so much from them. Also I am spending some time reading book from fusionknots.com.

I was trying to find some sort of knot which could allow me to wrap something without getting slipped. For example wrapping a photo frame or something. honestly I wanted to wrap a large round mirror using paracord that can be hung on a wall.

Recently I have learned this knot called round brocade knot, if you have worked or seen macrame craft, you might find this name familiar. I guess this is a some Chinese knot.

Anyway.... while working on this knot the idea of mirror medallion came up. And wouldn't it be nice so have some mirror while you try to camouflage yourself for surviving the wild ...LOL

It is a easy knot, let's see how you can make this awesome mirror medallion.

Step 1: Usual paracord stuff

You would need:

  1. Some paracord, don't worry about length , you will eventually know how much you would need.
  2. A cigarette lighter.
  3. A sharp scissor .
  4. Some craft mirrors, mine was 1" round.
<p>Its so beautiful and this is very good idea.I must try :-)</p>
<p>Thank you so much. Please do share when you try :).</p>
<p>great idea - you could use for signaling (or putting on lipstick :) ) </p>
Oh those are really great ideas :-). Thanks for checking out. I'm glad you liked it.
<p>Haha, first comment! :D</p><p>Awesome job bro (as always)! Very unique and original. I might try this sometime :-)</p>
<p>Thank you so much Bro :), for some weird reason , your comment appeared to me just today :(.</p><p>Try it knots are knotty fun :D</p>
<p>I love these! </p>
<p>Thank you so much Emily :)</p>
Pretty!! so nw you r a parachord lover also likewise lamp lover:-)
<p>Thank you so much dear Friend :)</p>
<p>They look really cute!</p>
<p>Thank you so much Muhaiminah :)</p>
<p>So cute!! I love to see all these new ways of using paracord, thank you for sharing them Tarun! :)</p>
<p>So true Linda, I am also amazed by what can be accomplished using paracord :)</p><p>Thank you so much. I will try to share more.</p>
Nice perfect for me!
<p>Thank you Abigail :) , why don't you make one and share :)</p>

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