Paracord Fish Tail Bracelet

This is a great looking paracord bracelet and its super easy to make. It can also be unraveled in about 10-15 seconds.

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Step 1: Supplies

For this bracelet you need paracord of your choice , lighter , knife , and a buckle

Step 2: Starting

First loop the paracord through the buckle. Now wrap it around your wrist to get the size.

Step 3: The Knot

Make sure you follow the steps closely . Now repeat this knot until you have finished the bracelet.

Step 4: Done

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    3 Discussions


    Reply 4 years ago

    A rule of thumb for bracelets is 1 foot to every inch of your wrist, plus 1 inch, then doubled. For example, if your wrist measured 6 inches, you'd use 6 feet + 1 inch × 2, making your total length 12 foot and 2 inches.

    the seabassAFlailingWalrus

    Reply 4 years ago

    I used about 5 - 6 feet of paracord. But it really depends on the size of your wrist. If I were you I would use 6 feet just to be safe :-)