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What better instructable than a photographic step-by-step on the ladderweave we all know and love? When combined with paracord, it is one of the Best Things Ever Invented.
As a  training project, you'll end up with  a nicely woven paracord bracelet, with a slotted button as a closure; I  have found this method a little nicer and smoother-looking than my paracord bracelet with a monkey fist as a closure device.

Step 1: What You Need

You will need your handy-dandy Paracord Construction Kit, to include:
Paracord
Lighter or mini torch for melting raw ends
An awl, marlinspike or other pokey tool.
Sharp knife or scissors.
Pretty good tutorial however I still can't quite figure out how you got the slotted button on there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
did you use a military bdu button
The button is off a Canadian Forces issue combat uniform not US Battle Dress
Great idea. I like the button over the plastic buckles anyday. What kind of button is that and where can I get them? Also, how exactly did you tie the button off to the end of the bracelet? Thanks for the idea and for your service to our country.
Yeah, you can't pinch yourself in the buckle. <br>
this deserves a lot more publicity,you made it the RIGHT way.

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