Make an amazing paracord camera strap by following these simple steps.
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Step 1: What You Will Need
1: Two 18ft lengths of paracord.
2: A lighter
3: Scissors or A knife
4: Two lanyard hooks
5: Two key rings
Step 2: The Ring
Attach the ring to the end of the strap with three feet of cord for the middle two lengths of cord. You will be weaving the longer lengths on the outside, so it will take patience. The braid is called the cobra weave.
Step 3: Continue the Cobra Weave
Continue the cobra weave until you have about three inches of the middle length left.
Step 4: Burn the Ends
Burn the ends together, thread through key rings, fold in half, then press down.
Step 5: Continue Cobra Weave
Continue the weave all the way down to the ring.
Step 6: Cut the Extra
Cut off the extra paracord.
Step 7: Melt and Secure the Cut Ends
Melt the area where you cut with your lighter.
Step 8: Attach Lanyard Hooks
Attach you lanyard hooks on to the key rings.
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