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Step 5: Step 4

Now take cord 6 and go over 5 and under the standing end of 4.

Tighten the entire knot up snug.
<p>I can never get it right.......</p><p>any tips?</p>
<p>its simple. the way you start on one side is the way you do on the other and keep going all the way untill you finish.</p>
<p>I'm a newbie, but a suggestion just to clarify the beginning instructions a bit:</p><p>Cords 2 and 5 are really only carrier cords for all the knots. The 2 and 5 cords only need to be about 12 inches in length to tie to the other side of the buckle and adjust for bracelet length.</p><p>Maybe an experienced user would realize this, but this clarification would help us newbies. </p><p>And THANKS ... a great pattern. </p>
<p>Thanks used this to make a new dog collar :-) </p>
I had to modify it because I didn't have any buckles
I have the pattern memorized now. Very cool!
I had to alter the directions a touch to fit my purpose.
<p>Has anyone tried to use super glue or laser bond to finish up the knots?</p>
used black and glow in the dark paracord with a belt buckle. I have big wrists
Thanks for the instructable.
Awesome! I started making paracord bracelets and my favorite is the heart design but my husband won't wear that so this is perfect!
<p>this is awesome all ive made so far is some monkey fist lanyards and key chains looking for new ideas and this is one of them . thanks for taking time to share this with us </p>
<p>Not a bracelet, but same weave. I coincidentally started this during Police Week. Thanks for the easy instructions. One of the better Instructables I have seen!</p>
<p>Excellent! Made mine using OD Green paracord and some black cordage I had at home! Looks good to me :) I had some trouble with finishing off the strings, but I figured it out.. Thanks for the instructable! :)</p>
<p>Great tutorial, thank you!</p>
<p>I'm a beginner and it would have nice to show me and others on how to terminate the bracelet. Now, I've got to search for it. </p><p>Thanks anyway.</p>
<p>I agree. It would have been nice to see steps on how to end it.</p>
<p>Hey i know am a noob for asking this but does anyone know were i can buy the material....i keep gettin the other options...does this hv a particular name i can use or better a site i can check out</p>
<p>Omar , your question is not crazy , you can order some paracord from ebay , amazon , any kind of army surplus which should sell some , or even walmart sells some and even the kits that help you get started on making them , then after you get the hang of it you can start trying different things with it hope that helps you . </p>
I like the two color look and wider width.
<p>Nice job! love the instructable</p>
<p>Nice job! love the instructable</p>
I really need help finishing this.
<p>Slightly adapted for a &quot;twin buckle&quot; design and finished by &quot;backthreading&quot; the working ends through the weave, but still made from your post - thanks for sharing the idea</p>
<p>Awesome tutorial. I made a three color bracelet for my wife using this technique.</p>
<p>Please can you clarify if I loop the outside paracord on the buckle do the both ends have the same length at the beginning?</p><p>Thanks, Doris</p>
<p>Thanks guys. The forst one I made I had some trouble ending it but I read somewhere in a post to put the 4 middle ends through the buckle and then some single cobra knots, and perfect. I started also slightly different as you can see since I wanted to work with a shackle</p>
<p>Thanks guys. The forst one I made I had some trouble ending it but I read somewhere in a post to put the 4 middle ends through the buckle and then some single cobra knots, and perfect. I started also slightly different as you can see since I wanted to work with a shackle</p>
I finally figured this out! I found a great way to end the bracelet....with out too many crazy knots. After you reach the desired length, pull the center 4 cords (2,4,3,5) through the buckle. Leave 1 and 6 out. Pull your buckle to the desired length + maybe a half an inch or so....flip the loose ends against the inside of the bracelet and throw a couple of cobra knots on there...(like you are doing a regular survival bracelet). That way you have doubled back on your cordage and tucked it in at the same time. Just cut and melt! <br>I can post pics if ya want!
<p>Thanks, you made my day</p>
I just made my first one. I've been playing with different ways to finish it off so I haven't cut the tails yet. Here it is.
<p>Boise State Colors? Or Florida Gators? Hopefully BSU!</p>
<p>I didn't pick the colors. I made it for someone and told them they could have whatever colors they wanted.</p>
<p>Awesome Tutorial! Great job</p>
<p>You did a great job on this one. Major kudos on the labeling and attention to detail. Keep em coming. </p>
Excellent instructable.
How much paracord did you use in yours?
Impressive instructable. I am going to create a double cobra braided as a belt.
Great work!
Great!!!! I love it!!!!!
Excellent instructable. Incredibly easy and fun to make. Many more project ideas with this as the basic plan
Does this mean it should be 12 times more on each strand or 12 times more then you fold it and it be 6 time more on each strand?
The bracelet was good I just had a couple problems. Your measurements are way off. I ended up wasting about 60 inches off the middle strand and 40 off the ends. The end knot to attach the second clip. Instructions would be nice. From your pic I couldn't really tell how to tie it off.
Great Instructable! I made a 16&quot; shoulder strap for my nephew's gun sling with no problems.
I am going to try and make this
My friends and I have a business selling Paracord bracelets, how much would a bracelet like this cost?
Are these instructions correct for this picture? the instructions refer to cords 1,2 and 3 but the picture shows cords 4,5 and 6 being manipulated
fixed.
I agree, wrong picture.

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