Hello everyone, I am trying to find out how to tie the surfer braclet knot ? Many thanks in advance..
Asked by jewelery77 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I'm looking for plans to make a set of bracelets that will unlock when they come in contact with each other (no keys involved). I'm not sure how to even begin looking for something like this, my searches have come up fruitless so far so I decided to take my request to the Instructables forums. Any help would be appreciated.
Posted by ahayden3 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I recently saw this: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/gallery/2011/nov/18/christmas-gift-ideas-jewellery-over-20-pounds#/?picture=381571697&index;=4 ... and thought that someone could whip it up in next to no time, saving a fair few pennies. I'm not so hot on jewellery making though - does anyone know what the finding on the right hand side of the bracelet, the cylindrical one, is called?
Posted by Cointreau 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Helo World, I want to get your feedback on something. I make these para cord key chains, dog collars, lanyards, and bracelets ect. and I am looking to sell them I'm probably going to sell them at school. I want your feedback on how I should sell them , where I should sell them and tips on selling them Thanks
Posted by Nick-Smith-513 5 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
This is my first post so please excuse if I am in the wrong place :( I have a boot bracelet with a leather back and ornate bling glued to the leather and sewn at the edges. I want to add small LED strip lights, weather proof, cutable every 3 lights, double-sided adhesive to the center (between leather and ornate mesh side. I want to be able to turn it on and off. I figure 6 mini strip lights should be more than enough. Here are the lights I have: Features: Superbright 3528 SMD LEDs with high intensity and reliability. 5 Metre strip with 600 LEDs Self-adhesive back with double side adhesive tape. Maintenance free, easy installation Long life of 50,000 hours Flexible strip which can easily be curved around bends. UUltra-bright but running at low temperature Viewing Angle : 120° Input volts: DC 12V This Cool White strip light has 600pcs Double Density,SMD 3528 LEDs The Strip is Customizable for any length you want, Cuttable every 3 LED's without damaging the rest strips, flexible and can be bent at any angle, Works with a 12 Volt Power supply Low power consumption, Eco Friendly, High Quality, high intensity and reliability, High Quality Cool White, Double Density 600 LED's, 3528 SMD 5M/16.4 ft, high intensity and reliability, Long lifespan, Hopefully that helps. What I need is a battery source that can be added to the inside of the bracelet that will light it up and allow me to turn off and on (push on/off is better than switch). The source would have to be in something waterproof like a latex substance and can only take up a minimal amount of space 1.5 - 2". Obviously the batteries would have to lay flat (flat coin-like batteries?) Is there ANYONE out there who can give me ideas? Thank you!!!
Posted by harley0805 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I need it for the school project.
Asked by yadavnatasha 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Multi color bracelet using 550 cord.
Asked by hubcap1970 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Ecologic has some nice ones that look flat, with nylon covering the ends. Anybody made anything like that, or know of other designs?
Just something thats not so generic looking. thank you!!
Asked by tmgsharks66 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I want to make a paracord bracelet of ACU camo green (i think dats da name) n burgandy....but idk where da heck 2 get da cord at
Hi guys. MrGeek here with a question. I found a pretty awesome bracelet at think geek (http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/bd44/) and I was wondering If anyone knew how to make one. I've looked over some of the instructables here, and haven't found anything. If there is something, or if you're More creative than me (which you probably are) could you please show me? Thanks! MrGeek
Asked by MrGeek 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
This is how to make the magic blakes seven teleport bracelet!Ingredients:one cardboard roll, such as a poster or postal cylinder or the cardboard roll from inside a roll of packing tape; diameter 8.5cm, width 4cm (cut to this width if need be, using a saw or knife)cardboard, thick enough to be sturdy, thin enough to be flexiblethin cork (optional)plain paperglueblack or dark brown foam rubber (optional)silver tape width 1.5cm OR aluminuim foil cut or folded to width 1.5cmAntique Gold or metallic brown paintgrey paint OR a round grey button 2cm diameter OR grey tapered paint OR pink paint OR red paint + pearl nailpolishbrown packing tape or beige paintclear or red contact (optional)Visual Reference:Refer to the Liberator Teleport Bracelet diagram in the Horizon Technical Manual.Instructions:Cut your roll to the right width if need be. If the roll is too thin and flimsy, stick a layer of cardboard over it. Cover the rough edges with paper.Cut five strips of cardboard, one 15x3cm, one 9x3cm, one 1.3x3cm, and two 2.5x1cm (measurements will vary depending on the precise size of the cardboard roll). If the cardboard is thin, cut twice as many strips. If you are using thin cork, cut one strip each from the cork also.Stick the strips onto the roll, making sure they evenly positioned in the center. Check the diagram for where to stick them: the two long strips should be next to each other with a small gap representing where the hinge of the bracelet would go if it had a hinge. The small 1.3x3cm strip goes in the larger gap between the long strips - this is where the red button will go. If using cork, stick the cork down first, and the cardboard on top.When all the glue is dry, paint the bracelet with antique gold or metallic brown enamel paint. Do more than one coat if you think that will look better. Wait for the paint to dry.The red receive-button is made from the two smallest strips of cardboard stuck together, covered with white paper, painted red, and covered with contact to make it shiny. Another way of doing this is painting it red, and then painting it with white-pearl nailpoilish to get that glowing pink-red effect. Glue this as indicated in the diagram.The grey transmit-part is made either from cutting a circle of paper or thin card (1.5-2cm diameter) and painting it grey, or by using a grey round button and cutting off the shaft so that it will stick on flat. Stick this on as indicated in the diagram.Cut out silver tape or foil and stick on the bracelet as indicated in the diagram. Cut out (very cleverly) pieces of brown packing tape in the shapes of the alien characters that decorate the rest of the bracelet and stick them on, or else paint them on with beige paint. You may wish to paint the whole bracelet with clear enamel to protect it.Optionally add a lining with foam rubber, to aid the bracelet in not falling off when you wear it.NOTES: Cardboard rolls: the roll from inside a large roll of packing tape comes closest to the right size. A large postal cylinder is too large and a small one is too small. A Pringles packet is too small, but may be easier to obtain. A Pringles packet is easier to cut but is also flimsier; it is recommended to add bulk by sticking on more cardboard to thicken it up.Cardboard: most cardboard you can buy will probably be too thin. The backs of note-pads may provide thicker stuff. The disadvantage of thicker cardboard is that it will not bend as easily, and the cardboard used here must bend. An alternative if available could be thin cork (a few millimetres thick); this will bend fairly easily and add the bulk you need. But only bother if you happen to have some (maybe left over from someone's redecorating or the like). I used it for mine, it worked beautifully.The red button: building this up from strips of cardboard is fairly tedious, and if you can think of a better way, do that.I know Michael Keating!He Played Vila.
Posted by Bartboy 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Does anyone know how to make the double row macrame bracelet. The bracelet looks like it is two rows of strung beads wrapped together and then finished off with a slide knot clasps. I know how to make the basic shamballa bracelet and would love to make this one as well. Thanks,
Asked by mysonmark 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi, I've made a few paracord bracelets mostly with the plastic buckles. I bought some stainless d shackles and wondering if there are any dangers using the shackles? Mainly getting the bracelet caught on something. I would think the plastic buckles would break, where the metal d shackles won't. I see a lot of bracelets with the d shackles. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
Posted by nightowl66 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hello, New to this forum. But I love it! I found the site while looking for instructions on how to braid a paracord bracelet. Here's the question. On a recent trip to Florida my daughter found a braided bracelet that looks like a standard 3 strand braid. But it's continuous with no clasp and it's done with a single strand. Does anyone know have a guide on how this is done?
Asked by lilredsrt 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
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Asked by Gypsyrose62 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I have seen a couple of paracord bracelets with three different colors. they looked really cool and would like to make a few.
Asked by steve1583 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I'd like to make a unique, stylish, bracelet out of... well, anything. I need ideas. Oh, and nothing way to crazy or wide. Male/unisex. Ideas?
Asked by dylan.durrant 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I really want to make a few paracord survival bracelets, and my two things to ask are what is the best kind of paracord to use for one of these bracelets, and what method on instructables is best for carrying as much cord as possible on one bracelet.
Asked by Foaly7 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have reviewed the pages on how to tie one color paracord bracelets using the cobra knot but cannot find how to make them using two colors. I am brand new at making these and have yet to complete a bracelet with two colors.
Asked by 04fatboy 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
i have seen survival bracelets with 2 different colors and am wondering if any one could show me how to do that or where i could find out how to
Asked by thecaptain24 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I am making paracord bracelets and came across a article saying to shrink the cord first before making by putting in water and let it dry prior to making because if not it if gets wet after being made it will shrink. can anyone please tell me if they have done this or their theory. thanks steve
Asked by steve1583 8 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I want to finish the bracelet off with a pick instead of a buckle or a knot...a young guy made some on an instructable for something else but never said how to make the guitar pick one???
Asked by rockerchik050 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hey there friends! Happy to announce that there's an ongoing contest for a free tutorial for a wire bracelet design. All you have to do is visit Handmade Jewelry (Jewellery) Club Facebook Fan Page where you can see the wire bracelet I've made. Suggest a name for the bracelet by leaving a comment and who's suggestion gets picked will win the tutorial for the said bracelet. You can also visit my blog and read the article, Name the bracelet and Win the tutorial from XQDesigns where you can find links to the contest. I've uploaded the wire bracelet here. Hope to see you everyone at the fan page! Cheers! Jane XQDesigns
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Asked by arkirymbai 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I have looked everywhere to find a "how to" on making a paracord bracelet with a different color running down the middle. Can someone please help. This is a picture of what I'm trying to do. But would be even better if it where more outer color and a bit less on the inside. Thank you.
Asked by zombieman 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I am doing a 12 strand friendship bracelet and knew how to braid doing some kind of loop when I was younger. I want to end the bracelet this way
Asked by LadyNole 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Well i trying to connect betwen Sparkfun Blue Smirft BT and a BT bracelte, here is the Bracelet that i am using: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bluetooth-Call-Vibrate-Alert-Anti-lost-Alarm-Bracelet-Bracelets-for-Mobile-Phone-/121729821122 I can discover the bracelet but once i try to connect its returns "connect failed", the BT itself is working. i made successfully connection between my Android phone and bracelet and also i can connect between two Sparkfun BT. thanks for help. i hope i wrote it in the right spot :P.
Asked by RioC2 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Similar to this ( https://www.instructables.com/id/Wide-Paracord-Bracelet/ ) but only one piece so it can have a single long piece of cord, or is it just not possible? -TheWaddleWaaddle
Asked by TheWaddleWaaddle 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have been seeing some paracord bracelet's with the support ribbons in the middle of them. & was wondering if anyone knows how to do that or if they know of an tutorial on doing them.
Asked by kimburton 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
It just simply wont work for me what do i do? thanks Kellie Lowrie
Asked by Kellie Lowrie 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Asked by neetz 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have no electronic's experience, but I need to develop a tiny device that can administer an electric shock for just like 1 sec that is strong enough to hurt, but is safe. And it has to be no larger in diameter than a US quarter coin, and no thicker than maybe the face of a watch.
Posted by Dolmetscher007 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hi everyone! This is my first question; I've been lurking on here for a whille now & love all of the instructables! My question is (& I apologize if this has been posted somewhere else): does anyone have instructions on how to create a "thin blue line" paracord bracelet? I've found several youtube videos (which I haven't viewed yet, if there's one that's better than the others, please let me know!), but I prefer written instructions if possible. Thanks so much!!
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Asked by ilike2make 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Greetings, I'm trying my best to find someone who is selling blank oval or circle sholace charms/pendants or they call them also photo sholace charms. All I can find is rectangle ones. Just like one on the picture below, but blank.... Thank you!
Posted by Lexa007 6 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hello, Does anyone know how to make a bag like the one in the photo? I know how to make these one 'strand' wide (like a starburst wrapper bracelet) but am struggling to work out how to make them wider. Any help would be appreciated! Vicky
Posted by terrorvicky 10 years ago | last reply 6 years ago