Paracord Bracelet

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Introduction: Paracord Bracelet

supplies: paracord, buckle, lighter

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Step 1: Attaching Buckle

loop paracord around buckle

Step 2: Sizing the Bracelet

this step is for sizibg the bracelet to your wrist

Step 3: The Cobra Knot or Weave

this is the knot you will be using to make your paracord bracelet

Step 4: Finishing Up

you will keep doing the cobra weave till you get to the other side of the bracelet (I am using a using a different bracelet for this step, same knot and everything just I had it already done before this)

Step 5: Burning the Ends

you will need a lighter for this step and cut the extra paracord then burn it with your lighter where the arrow are at

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    9 Discussions

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    jonny3798
    jonny3798

    5 years ago

    Watch and subscribe. This video is going crazy viral. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKka02CejCo

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    jonny3798
    jonny3798

    6 years ago

    it shows how to loop the paracord on step one

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    numnut
    numnut

    6 years ago

    How do you attach the length of paracord for the accuall cobra weave part

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    jonny3798
    jonny3798

    6 years ago

    a good size of cord would be about 10 maybe

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    jonny3798
    jonny3798

    6 years ago

    a good size of cord would be about 10 maybe

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    jonny3798
    jonny3798

    6 years ago

    sorry bout pics was my first instructables

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    jonny3798
    jonny3798

    6 years ago

    sorry bout pics was my first instructables