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How to make a paracord bracelet

Make a Paracord Bracelet

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An olive green paracord bracelet

An olive green paracord bracelet

The supplies needed for making this

The supplies needed for making this

Measure the diameter of your wrist using the cord

Measure the diameter of your wrist using the cord

Then measure this against a ruler. REMEMBER THE MEASUREMENT !!!

Then measure this against a ruler. REMEMBER THE MEASUREMENT !!!

Take the shackle/buckle, and fold the rope in half. Feed the doubled rope through the gap.

Take the shackle/buckle, and fold the rope in half. Feed the doubled rope through the gap.

Then make a cows hitch in the rope over the gap.

Then make a cows hitch in the rope over the gap.

Feed the other end through the other shackle/ buckle.

Feed the other end through the other shackle/ buckle.

Slide to the right length. This is the length if your wrist, the one you WILL HAVE REMEMBERED!!!

Slide to the right length. This is the length if your wrist, the one you WILL HAVE REMEMBERED!!!

Then cross the cord behind the doubled one.

Then cross the cord behind the doubled one.

Follow the diagram in the next few pictures.

Follow the diagram in the next few pictures.

Remember to pull tight afterwards.

Remember to pull tight afterwards.

Measure it again for one last time.

Measure it again for one last time.

Cut any loose ends off and melt the ends, taking care not to burn the rest of the bracelet.

Cut any loose ends off and melt the ends, taking care not to burn the rest of the bracelet.

Then you have one complete bracelet. Another great place to buy these in different colours is at cadet direct.

Then you have one complete bracelet. Another great place to buy these in different colours is at cadet direct.

Fit for a king... Sorry for the sense of humour!

  • 1.0m Paracord
  • Boat shackles/ buckles
  • Scissors
  • Match
  • Tape measure