Do you want to know how to tie a lanyard knot? I always have a problem working on how to do it and probably you have the same experience as I did.

In this post we will learn this step by step paracord lanyard knot instructions by watching these two youtube video tutorials below and a instructional guide with very clear photographs to follow. Check this and start learning from Instructables.com by eddy14777.

I encourage you to pay attention and get a pen and paper ready so you can take notes. You may save this blog post so you won’t forget to use this for your future reference. After watching this tutorials you will learn a lot and start your journey on how to tie the ideal paracord lanyard knot.

This knowledge will be so valuable that you can start creating as many different types of projects applying this lanyard knot. A few product designs that you can start making using this type of lanyard knot are: paracord bracelet, necklace, knife, etc. Another way to tie it is with paper which would be a nice topic to talk about in the future.


Video created by WeaversofEternity


Video created by MrCoop

 

I’m always curious to learn how to create a paracord cobra weave. Whatever I want to create out of it a keychain, lanyard or a bracelet, I am always eager to learn the detailed step-by-step instructions on how to do it. Probably you too have the same interest as I have. You are in the perfect spot to stumble upon my site!

It is always wise to have at least 12 feet length of cord before creating any of this cobra weave. Remember paracord is a durable material with a remarkable strength that holds a 550 pound weight. With this said it is very important to have this handy with you to help you in any survival situations.

This cobra weave looks very nice and I believe you can use it to create many other types of paracord items like a dog lease, bracelets, keychains, necklace and a few other more. You can also apply weave with buckle which makes it durable and enhance its looks. You can be creative and come up with many kinds of designs

I found a great step-by-step tutorial and a video below with a very comprehensive instructions to watch and follow. I’m sure you will find this very helpful to start learning how to make a paracord cobra weave. Check it out here, Paracord Lanyard Instructions at HomemadeGiftsMadeEasy.com.


Video created by kevingg2000

 

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