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I notice that there wasn't any instructables that were about a weave like this, so I did some tinkering with some cord and found this awesome new weave.
 
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Step 1: Gather Materials

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15 ft of Paracord
buckle
scissors
lighter
pincers
jig (optional)

Step 2: Creating the bracelet

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Do a regular cows hitch in the middle of the cord onto the buckle

Step 3: Creating the bracelet

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Thread the cord through the other buckle and start and finish a regular cobra bracelet IMPORTANT tie the cobra bracelet loosely

Step 4: Creating the bracelet

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Take a 3-4 foot piece of black Paracord and gut it.

Step 5: Creating the bracelet

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Take the short gutted cord and thread it through the middle of the bracelet

Step 6: Creating the bracelet

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Cut and single the edges. Turn the bracelet over, and thread the gutted cord through the nearest cobra knot and cut and singe

Step 7: Finished

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Congrats! You made the Snow Tiger Paracord bracelet, you should be proud! Show it off! Amaze your friends! Remember to vote for me in the Great Outdoors Contest!

Step 8: If that wasn't enough, here's a real Snow Tiger

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(insert 'awwwww' here)
njreyn1 month ago

Looks cool, but why gut the black? Room?

BroadKaymon (author)  njreyn1 month ago
Yes, you need to gut the black to give it a cleaner look and it is easier to thread through the bracelet.
stretch25454 months ago
Cute
kbc29 months ago
thats pretty cool! i just did a simple stripe woven in down the middle for hunting bracelets, camo with blaze orange stripe.

Cool! It does look like tiger stripes!