Quick Deploy Paracord Bracelet




Introduction: Quick Deploy Paracord Bracelet

The quick deploy paracord bracelet is one of the most beautiful bracelets I made so far. Although it is made because of the fact that it is easy to disassemble and use as cord, I have made it because I like the bumblebee motive that the combination of yellow and black make.

This is one of the bracelets that I feature in my new book on paracord bracelets.

The bracelet is essentially made from two pieces of cord. After setting it up by making a basic slip knot on each of the cords we simply make a series of half hitches. We alternate making one with one color, the switch colors for the next half hitch.

The cord used for the core of the bracelet after the slip knot should be as long as you want your bracelet to be.

When we reach the top, we will be left with two loops. We slide one loop through the other and tighten the outer loop by pulling the cord of the same color at the other side of the bracelet.

We finish the bracelet with the use of the lanyard knot.

To undo the bracelet, remove the outer loop we tightened and pull on the lanyard knot.

Step 1: See How the Bracelet Is Made Below

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    7 years ago

    Do you by chance have the measurements for the bracelet? That would help a lot thx.