In this instructable I will show you how to make a king cobra weave paracord bracelet. It's easier than it looks. So let's get to it.
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Step 1: Materials
What you will need for this project is: - Paracord (I'll be using about 14 1/2 feet of black cord)
- Knife (Or something to cut your cord with)
- Lighter (I'm using a torch lighter, but you can use any light you want)
Step 2: Wrist Measurement
First you want to find the middle of your cord and put it through the top of the female end (this is the end that secures the clip closed) of the buckle. Now pull the loose ends of the cord through the loop you just made. Next thread the cord through the top of the male end of the buckle. Now clip it onto your wrist. keep about a fingers width in between the clip and your wrist. This is going to be the core of the cobra weave.
Step 3: Starting the Cobra Weave
Take the right working cord and lay it on top of the core. Now take the left working cord and lay it over the right cord, under the core, and over the right cord on the other side. Next pull it tight.
Step 4: Continuing the Cobra Weave
Do the same thing as before. Just start with the left working cord. Keep evening tight. Keep weaving switching from left to right cord until you reach the end.
Step 5: King Cobra Weave
The way to do the king cobra weave is to do the cobra weave using the first weave as the core. Continue weaving until you get to the end.
Step 6: Cut and Burn the Cords
Cut and burn both ends. I like to take the edge of my knife and smooth it down.
Step 7: Finished Product
Now you can wear your new king cobra paracord bracelet.