This is really cool! Instructions to create your own paracord belt. I’m always amaze to find things that you can create out of paracord. Many use it with their clothes by showing themselves wearing it around their waists. A belt made of paracord looks really great! Wouldn’t it be nice to see yourself with a paracord belt?

People who loves outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, camping, etc. usually wears this. It is always a big help especially in times of emergency situations.

Creating it is very simple! The most important thing to remember is to make sure that there is a way to untagle the knots of the belt by taking out the belt buckle and a way to asemble it again after using it for emergency situations.

Before creating the belt make sure of the size of the rope to use. Usually you need 15 inch of rope size for every inch in the belt. So measure your waist first before starting to create it. If your waist line is 30 inch multiple it by 15 and you will get the size of the rope you needed to create the belt.

Then choose what kind of braid design you wll use. There are a lot of braid designs that you can use but It is good for newbies to use the simple braid which is called the Typical Braid Pattern. Another braid design that is widely use is called the Cobra Weave. This type is a bit intricate and has a nice pattern. I find the braid for paracord bracelet a simple type of braid design, however, I have not seen yet if this kind is good for creating this belt.

I would like to continue writing the instructions on how to do this belt but I think it would be best if you read and watch exactly the site links and amazing video tutorials that I will share with you below. I discovered a few great sites that demonstrated how to do this perfectly. I invite you to visit them and learn the detailed steps. Before you proceed just bear in mind that you can use any colors of rope to create this belt. I hope you will find this helpful. Enjoy making your paracord belt!

This tutorial was created by Essexman with very detailed instructions. He showed a couple of photographs in a manner that you can see step by step visual guide.

This tutorial by stuwegie was presented with few photos which showed a beautiful black paracord belt and the materials that were used to create it.

And finally a very comprehensive procedure created by Eparacord.com on how to build a paracord belt.


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Probably one of the most searched topic here is how to make a paracord keychain. I’m also eager to know on how to do it and as a matter of fact I’ve been looking for a great tutorial on this few days ago. I was lucky to find one that is really nice which you will see later below.

Paracord 550 is a durable material and to create a keychain out of it will really be awesome since it has double purpose in using it. One is to use it as a tool to sort out and keep your keys in one secure place and to serve as a material to help you in times of survival situations.

If you found yourself in an emergency situation just simply untie the paracord rope in the keychain and use it to support, pull or secure yourself to save your life. Its durability made it also popular to many areas of design like paracord knots bracelets, watch, lanyard, dog collar, etc.

In this post I will show you some information and step by step instructions on how to make a paracord keychain. Once you learn how to do it you will be more versatile and create many types of designs with creative patterns.

Below you will see a video showing the step by step instructions on how to do it and some links that will bring you to an amazing article about paracord keychain tutorials created by SyberProdigy at Instructables.com.

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If you love outdoor activities such as camping or hiking, it is important that you know how to braid paracord and bring with you at least one of these paracord items for survival purposes such as bracelets, reins, belts, dog collar and other useful survival items.

Creating a paracord bracelet is not complicated and it is important to know this so that you can always have this handy if you encounter yourself in emergency situations. Instead of grabbing a long cord and putting it in your bag why not create something useful and decorative so you can always have it with you.

It is good to make several styles and colors and see which ones looks best. It is just so nice to see how the braided paracord products look like! Before going outdoor it is a good practice to create this survival items to be ready to any emergency event that you might encounter during your outdoor trip.

To braid a parcord bracelet is easy to learn. Below is a very simple and excellent braiding intructions of a paracord bracelet which I have encountered online. Before you proceed it is best to use the 550 paracord rope because it is a strong cord which can support a 550 pound weight for survival purposes. Read the whole step by step instructions here at Eparacord.com on how to braid paracord bracelet.


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I’m an avid fan of paracord products and one of the best item I want to see and learn is, how to create a paracord watch. How is this made and what kind of materials do we need to use to do this?  I’m always fascinated to see watches created with paracord watch strap.  The most important part in this item is how to create the paracord watch bracelet which is the main thing that holds the watch around your wrist.

With my eagerness to learn, I did some research and found this great and amazing sites on paracord watch band instructions.  One of the best tutorial of creating this is a step by step process on how to make it using a side release buckle applying the alternate half hitch and in addition, this can also be used with no watch as a paracord bracelet or by adding more length to it as a dog or cat collar.  You can view this step by step instructions in Instructables.com created by Stormdrane.

Did you know that this amazing watch can save your life?  Just unwind the survival straps bracelet and use this in emergency situations.  This is a nice looking watch with paracord bracelet strap that I found on my research.  Check this cool item created for this life saving purpose, Survival Straps Paracord Watch by Eric Yang.

Below you will also see a very nice video on how to make a paracord watch band created by Farmer Diddley in YouTube. This is an amazing step-by-step tutorial.  Hope you enjoy my post.  Please feel free to share this by submitting this to one of your favorite social links below.  Thanks!

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I’ve seen a lot of products made of paracord but I have not seen a paracord necklace made out of it.  I’ve seen paracord necklace lanyard made of paracord knots. I’ve seen and learned how to make a bracelet out of of it too.  You have probably came across this page looking for the same subject matter.  Hey, you found the right place!

In this post I will show you how to make a paracord necklace.  This necklace is not just an ordinary necklace but it is made out of a paracord material 550 which means that it has a strength that can hold a weight as heavy as 550 lbs.  Aside from its use as decorative accessories that you can use it as as a lifesaver or survival tool to use for emergency situations.

In this post, I will show you an easy step by step procedure of paracord necklace tutorial.  This very unique because the creator made a very special necklace that is different from the regular necklace that you always see.  You will also find in detail what materials are necessary to get for your paracord necklace supplies.  Check out now this amazing tutorial from Instructables.com created by chewy3939 by clicking here.

You will also find below a video tutorial on how to create a paracord necklace.  This will teach you also a lot of knowledge on the step by step procedure and what material to use to create this. Check this out now.  Enjoy!

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I’ve been looking for some type of instructions on how to make a paracord lanyard for a long time already and just now I found a great source on lanyard tutorial on how to do that.  I found out that there are a few different kinds of uses of lanyard. The type of use in this tutorial that I will show you is a lanyard that you can use to put your keys or pocketknife.

In this tutorial you will learn how to make a paracord lanyard keychain.  In the previous article I shared with you the instructions on how to make a bracelet out of this material and now it will be interesting to learn a new product to create.

This is really cool because this step-by-step instructions are for those who are just beginning to know this stuff.  You will also learn one of the most asked about topic on how to tie a lanyard and how to create a lanyard knot.  So take advantage of this great learning opportunity on how to make a paracord lanyard!

Below you will find a video created by Sormdrane on how to make a round crown sinnet paracord lanyard.  Plus at the  bottom of this page you will be able to browse some nice designs of lanyard that you can purchase directly from Amazon.

This instructions on how to make a paracord lanyard is really nice and beautifully presented using some great photos.  This was shown in the tutorial from the website HomemadeGiftsMadeEasy.com and was written as, “An intricately woven paracord lanyard to hold your keys or pocketknife.  The “king cobra” design looks cool, and you’ll always have 12 feet of super-strong paracord handy.” Read more on Paracord Lanyard Instructions For Complete Beginners, and learn the step by step instructions here.

To create this item you need these materials: gutted paracord of two pieces: 30 and
25 inches. This will create a fob that is finished with a two inch body and a three inch
loop. This video was created by Stormdrane. You can view more in his website http://stormdrane.blogspot.com

 

 

If you are eager to create a bracelet made with paracord, this is the perfect place for you to see in detail the paracord bracelet instructions. As you know the paracord material is a very durable cord that can hold an object that weighs up to 550 lb. Wouldn’t it be great to have a bracelet not only decorative but also for survival purposes. Our goal in this article is to learn how to make a paracord bracelet.

Before you even buy paracord bracelet products, it is great to see this step by step guide to create a paracord bracelet with a side release buckle. If you do this in a bigger dimension you can use this also as a dog or cat collar. This tutorial will also show you where you can get the paracord knots materials like what kind of rope, side release buckles, etc. In addition you will also discover lots of paracord projects, links and references that are paracord related.

You need these materials: paracord 1/8″ diameter cord, ruler or tape measure, scissors, side release buckle and a lighter. You can have different size of paracord rope but for this instructions we will use 10 feet of paracord rope to begin with so that is about 10 inch of bracelet. This is how you calculate it. An inch of knotted bracelet is one foot of cord.

Check this great detailed step by step paracord bracelet instructions at Instructables.com created by Stormdrane.


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Paracord material is a very secure and strong rope which due to its popularity a lot of us wanted to know the step by step paracord bracelet tutorial.  This material called paracord has a lot of uses especially in survival incidents.  It is advisable that you should carry some with you during your outdoor trips to help you in unexpected situations.  One best way to have this always is to carry a few with you as bracelets.

You probably came across this site looking for paracord survival bracelet instructions.  This is the perfect place to learn how to make paracord bracelet.  The first time you see a paracord bracelet you would think that it is difficult to create. The truth is it is just easy to create it!  It is also nice to know another way to create and follow a paracord bracelet instructions.

A )  Prepare your material paracord and make sure it is about fifteen ft. long so that you won’t be short.

B )  Get the the whole length of the paracord rope and turn up in the middle to have at least seven and a half foot length in each side.  Place a masking tape or anything that will mark the middle part of the cord.

C )  Create the knot on the left side by getting the one cord on the left side and place it at the buttom of  the center strands.

D )  Get the right side cord and place it at the buttom of the cord on the two middle strands toward the left side knot showed in the instruction before this.

E )   While stretching both of the ends on each side, make the knot tight to put the slack in.

F )  Take one of the cord on the right side and bring it under the middle strands.

G )  Take also the left side rope and bring it under the rope above the two center strands and through the curl that is on the right side shown in the previous instruction.

H )  Dragging both of the tips on either side, make the knot tight to drag in the rope that is loose.

I )  At this stage I will make the two small loops that are located at the top of the cobra stitch pattern a little bigger to use this as a tool to make the bracelet tight when finished.

J )  Continue doing the braided pattern until the cobra weave pattern is near the end of the curl and making the curl about half an inch open.

K )  When you start to braid your paracord knots rope, you need a few inch left over to place them in the slide holes that you had created mentioned previously.  To avoid the strands to come apart you will also need a few inch or less to burn the tips of the strands.  This way the tips are firm and easy to put them together to create the braid.  Burn the two ends by using a lighter then press the melted ends on the knot balls.

L )  Move smoothly the bracelet on.  Make the bracelet tight and insert the knot ball into the open curl to make it firm. Great!  Finally, you have created your own paracord bracelet.

Check this other great presentation of paracord bracelet tutorial.  Before you proceed reading it is best to know where to buy paracord material in strings or rope. Although there are so many stores to get it, the best place that I would prefer to purchase it is in Amazon.com.


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