Thin Line Paracord Bracelet




Introduction: Thin Line Paracord Bracelet

About: I enjoy making things and spending time in the great outdoors.

Tired of the usual cobra weave? If so, this is for you. This bracelet can be unraveled for a good amount of cord.
It's a very stylish bracelet. The weave is very similar to the
cobra weave, so if you've ever done the cobra weave before, this
should be a piece of cake. Even if you haven't done the cobra
weave before you shouldn't have any issues with this one.
It doesn't use a buckle.

Step 1: Gather Supplies

6 feet of black paracord
Yellow paracord*
Measuring tape

*To figure out how much cord you need, wrap it loosely around your wrist twice and add about 4 inches.

Step 2: The Shorter Cord

Fold the shorter cord in half and tie a knot at the end.

Step 3: Preparing the Weave

Fold the longer cord in half. Lay the shorter cord over the halfway mark of the longer cord with about a half an inch above.

Step 4: Starting the Weave

Lay the left piece of the long cord over both of the shorter cords. Grab the right long cord, pull it over the left long cord, behind both of the short cords, and up through the hole marked with a red dot on the picture. Now pull it tight.

Step 5: Second Part of the Weave

After the first knot, you alternate each side you pull the cord from. To start the second part of the weave pull the cord over the left shorter cord and under the right shorter cord, now it's the same as the first part of the weave.

Step 6: Repeat Steps 4 Through 5

Now repeat steps four through five over and over again. Do that until you run out of room or cord.
Cut the excess cord and burn the ends.

Step 7: You Are Done!

You have finished making your bracelet! You can smile now.

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    6 years ago

    Great design! could use a little more detail in the instruction