Easy Para Cord Ring

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This is a simple instructible that takes at most three minutes, and can help with survival in the wilderness if you have a survival bracelet.

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Step 1: Make the Cord

First, take your piece of paracord an wrap it around the finger you will wear it on three times and cut it at the end. Melt the ends of the cord with a lighter or torch, lick your fingers, an quickly flatten the ends.

Step 2: Begin the Weave

Start the weave by making an overhand knot. Continue by wrapping the ends around the main cord.

Step 3: Fuse Ends and Wear

Take one end and burn it until it lights on fire. Quickly put it out and attach the two ends and smelt them together. Let it cool an you're done.

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