How to make an adjustable paracord wrist lanyard with celtic button knot

Posted by Major Cord on Feb 27, 2013

We are back with today’s Paracord Projects, How to make an adjustable paracord wrist lanyard with celtic button knot. Learn how this visually appealing celtic knot can make a difference on your lanyards.

This video is from chainheart3 on YouTube. The video is in very good quality as well as the audio instructions. The process is also simple to make. If you are having a hard time following his instruction on tying the celtic knot, you may also watch this video on How to tie a celtic button knot.

This is a fairly simple knot, which can add a very useful feature on your paracord lanyards. Just remember that the tighter you make the knot, the tighter it will grip on your lanyard. This knot will function as a cord lock, so this can be a great substitute. Your scrap paracord will finally have a purpose.



If you don’t have a paracord yet, you can visit theĀ Paracord Supplies section and you can purchase your paracords from there.

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