From past few days i was thinking about posting a different ible...so here i am with a paracord project..!! :D

i would like to clear it now that i am not the originator of this bag or this kind of knotting.

This kind of bag is very common and i saw a similar bag few days ago. It is very simple but takes a lot of time and patience.

it can carry fruits, vegetables, towels , quilt...etc...etc..

Step 1: Materials

• paracord - 48 meter • a pair of scissors • lighter • clip hanger • thick wire • meter tapeyou will also need : • pliers • some beads(optional) • a hook (optional)
<p>I made two bags and they turned out great! I had to make a few edits because I only had 100 ft hanks of paracord. I tried the blue one with 21 57&quot; pieces and instead of only having one handle I had two and it turned into a cute handbag. Great for the beach! I liked the frills but thought if I finished the bottom a different way I could make a bigger bag with less cord. I tried the second with 14 80&quot; pieces and then kept tying until they were almost out of cord and then tied the bottom together. It made a sort of pillow case shape. I used a cross knot so it's a little more decorative. </p><p>This was a really fun project! Thanks for posting. </p>
<p>Thank you so much for sharing the pics here :D <br>and i especially love the blue one. </p>
<p>I do have one question... can you hold a medium sized sleeping bag in it?<br></p>
<p>It was not hard to make. It took about 2 hours. I mixed blue and green paracord. I had a hard time making the bottom part of it neat but it works anyway.</p>
<p>thank you for this.....ive been looking for this exact design, and of course the &quot;proper&quot; way to make it. thank you for your great dialogue, as well as clear bright pictures. super kudos and thanks to you. </p>
<p>thank you so much for your appreciation :) i am glad you like it.</p>
<p>Thank you for your Instructable</p><p>Nice job.</p><p>Rima</p>
<p>Thank you for stopping by ! :)</p>
<p>nice for the beach</p>
<p>wow ! you made a pretty bag..and thanks for sharing the pic. :)</p>
<p>I seem to be the only person that has problems at the end with making the bottom. The pictures never show the bottom of the bag and I don't understand how you skip pairs and not run into problems. </p>
<p>Wow Faiza :), you have won the 2nd prize :) Congratulations!!!!</p>
Thank you sooo much tarun..I am so happy about it.. :)<br>Congratulations to you too.. :D
<p>Thank you so much Faiza, please do share a photo of your prize after you receive it. I am especially keen to see a close-up of the paracord :)</p>
<p>i received it yesterday.. :D</p>
<p>Wow... this is totally awesome Yaar. And thank you for remembering it to share :)</p>
You're welcome..and that leatherman multitool is super awesome...! :D
<p>It surely is :), Should I be jealous ;)</p>
<p>sure..! :)</p>
<p>Thanks ! :)</p>
Love this so I am putting it on my craft board on Pinterest!
Oh thank you so much. I am glad you like it.. :)
<p>Woah ..You made it into finals and a winner .Double congrats :)</p>
Double thanks ayesha.. ;)
<p>Wow... Faiza we are Finalists (and winners too 18 prizes-18 finalists :D ) :), very happy to see you there.</p>
Yeah..I am really happy that both of us reached the finals..! :D<br>and thanks a lot.. :)
<p>wow! well explained, clear pictures, awesome ible! will vote for sure :)</p>
<p>so sweet..!! thank you muhna..your words means a lot to me.. ;)</p>
<p>No problem sis! 'm really excited about the paracord contest! fingers crossed for you and Tarun :)</p>
<p>ohh i forgot to congratulate you..!! congratulations on being a finalist of healthy eating contest..!! :) keep up the good work.. :D</p>
huh. just a bunch of square knots. thats pretty neat! and the thing with reducing it at the bottom as you tie more. thats really good!
<p>thank you so much..!</p>
<p>This may be very common, but I had never seen this technique before, it's great!</p>
<p>thank you so much linda..!! ;)</p>
this is the best use of para cord I've seen. good work!
<p>thanks a lot..m glad you like it.. :)</p>
<p>Wow... that looks beautiful..I especially love the paracord color you chose. Thank you for sharing.</p>
<p>thank you so much..! glad you like it.. :)</p>

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