This is a paracord bracelet. This design came from TIAT's Digicam Bar. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA9dNB5sup0) I did "knot" come up with this so do not give me credit please. It is relatively easy to make. It took me about 20 minutes or so to make my first one. This is one of many Instructables I will upload on paracord bracelets.
Please vote for me in the contests. I worked hard making a Six-color Duct Tape Rose https://www.instructables.com/id/Six-Color-Duct-Tape-Rose/ that did not come close. Oh well. Maybe this can get me somewhere.
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Step 1: Materials
paracord (It can be 450 or 550) To get paracord, I went to my local Army/Navy store. I buy 100ft at a time, which cost me $8 each.
I used two 5 foot cords of gold, and gray paracord to get a camo concept.
Knife or scissors
Match or lighter to singe the ends once you are done.
Step 2: The Process
There is not much to explain. If you have had some tying experience you can get it. If you are just beginning right now it is simple. The picture explain some of the steps. I will refer to some of the pictures. Ex: Pic 1 is the First picture. You need two 5 foot lengths of paracord. Any color is fine.
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