Please vote for me in the Paracord Contest!
Step 1: The Double Fisherman's Knot
Also known as the grapevine or Double Englishman's knot, the double fisherman's knot is normally used to tie 2 pieces of rope together, usually in climbing to secure lines together, or as a backup knot that makes sure you don't fall off the rock wall. (Not a good thing!)
If you want some more info on this check out this Wikipedia article
Step 2: Tools and Materials
>About 5 feet of paracord
>Knife or other sharp cutting instrument
Step 3: Sizing
Step 4: Arrrrr! X marks the spot!
1) Cross the paracord over your thumb.
2) Create an "X" (See the second image)
3) Pull the end of the cord under the X
Step 5: Now... for real!
However, this time you are going to want to do it twice, once with both ends of the cords.
Step 6: Tightening
To tighten the bracelet, put it on your wrist and pull the knots away from each other.
After a while of sliding, the knots may become tight and hard to slide. If this happens, just simply re-tie the knots.
Step 7: Multi-color bracelet
Here is the step from his Paracord wrist lanyard instructable that he uses 2 colors. All you need to do then is tie the knot.
Thanks for reading, and if you like it please vote for me in the Paracord Contest!