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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

 

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