Pull it tight but leave a small loop on the other end that can be tightened. Then take your leading end, feed it under the bracelet and through the l...
I love paracord, both for its countless uses and the fact that it looks really cool when woven into bracelets, belts, straps, etc. I work backstage and am always looking for a good way to carry a large amount of cord on me that can be easily accessed. I found The Slatts Rescue Belt and decided to see if I could weave one into itself without using a buckle. The results came out to be a nice looking bracelet that can be undone in a matter of seconds.
-Paracord 550. I used the Digital Camo for this instructable. The length really doesn't matter due to the nature of how the knot is tied, just have a large bundle and you can cut off the excess at the end.
-Lighter to close off the ends
-Pen or similar shaped object to start the weaving.
-Knife, scissors, or some other way to cut the cord.
-Pliers to help pull and tighten weaving.
Step 2: Beginning the weave
First tie a half hitch slip knot then slide it onto the pen or whatever you're using. Then begin to wrap the cord behind the pen and over the top. I wrapped it around four times but you can to however many you want depending on how wide you want it. Pull your finger out and leave a gap under the pen.
Step 3: Weaving
This is the basic move you'll be using for the weaving. Make a loop with the working end and pull it through the loops hanging down. Pull the wrapped loops tight but leave the loop to the right hanging out about an inch or two with the leading end on the bottom.