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This is a portable work station for the growing craft of paracord. I have made numerous bracelets, collars, and other crafts all while working out of a central location. This box holds numerous colors of paracord, tools, and an assortment of buckles. I have worked with paracord for almost a year and a half and in that time I have made this box to help organize my materials. I quickly realized as i became more consumed by this craft that i would need a storage device to hold my equipment. This box has grown to this point and may grow larger in the future. I hope that you enjoy my tutorial and I also hope that it may influence you to try a new craft for yourself.  
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Step 1: Materials

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-PVC Pipe
-Gatorade Bottles
-Tool Box

 There are no specifics to the tool box, I suggest one with small compartments to hold tools.

Step 2: Tools

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-Power Drill
-1/4 Drill Bit
-PVC Pipe Cutters

Step 3: Storage

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There are multiple ways to store the paracord, I will show three examples. If you want to use different methods feel free to make your own choices or suggestions. All of the storage devices I use are cost effective, and recyclable. Not to mention you can quench your thirst with the Gatorade.

Storage Options:
-The PVC Pipe works well for 100'-50' of cord
-The bottles work well for 50'-25' of cord
-Plastic bags work well for 25' or less of cord
westheparacorder257 made it!2 months ago
this is a tackle box works really
SparkySolar4 months ago

Thank you for your Instructable

Nice job.


cowboyathome9 months ago

Can you give us a pic of the inside of your box? Please?!?

fkinney (author)  cowboyathome8 months ago

im kinda on a binge with making stuff so its not organize i will send a pic as soon as i can

gman478 months ago
how much is paracore at Wal-Mart
fkinney (author)  gman478 months ago

i wouldnt bother with the product at walmart there are better deals online if your interested in getting into this hobby message me and i can tell you more about it

worldlrnr11 months ago
This is a fantastic!! I have a craftboard on Pinterest and am going to post this on it♥
fkinney (author)  worldlrnr11 months ago
awesome thank you
corporatelab11 months ago

Thank you for sharing your creativity. When you're loading cord onto the pvc pipe, are you using your drill to power-spin the pipe, or are you turning the pipe by hand?

fkinney (author)  corporatelab11 months ago
i turn by hand but i never thought to use the drill but that seems a bit dangerous if you do attemp be careful its harder naking knotswith only three fingers
Thank you. Your caution is most appropriate. Good luck.

This is a great idea, it looks like it makes it much easier to keep things organized and untangled!

fkinney (author)  Danger is my middle name12 months ago
yes its not able to carry a whole room but useful enough to make a bacelet collar or landard on the go