After a long break we are now back with another Paracord Projects, How to make a Paracord Dog Slip Collar. A very famous type of collar specially to larger breeds.
We are back again for another Paracord Projects, How to make a Paracord Bracelet with Fishing Kit inside. Perfect for those who wants to carry an emergency fishing tackle. We’ve covered a paracord bracelet with a fire starter kit before and I’m pretty sure this will be as useful and interesting .
Today’s Paracord Projects, How to make a DNA knot paracord lanyard. I have seen this DNA styled knot on many decorative lanyards and it is surprisingly very easy to make.
After a long break, we are back with another cool Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord watch band or strap. Now it’s time to make your watch a little more on the tactical or survival side.
Today’s Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord braided dog leash. Another easy projects you can do over the weekend for your dog. The finish product will have a stripe effect so it is best to use two colors of paracord for this project.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day another Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord heart knot. This decorative knot will surely add a romantic flare on your paracord lanyard.
And we’re back for another Paracord Projects, How to turn your paracord bracelet from cobra weave to King Cobra weave. A very simple paracord project for your existing paracord survival bracelet.
Back for another Paracord Projects, How to make a slip on paracord survival bracelet. We have covered a number of ways to do a paracord survival bracelet and it’s about time for another. But this time, with no locking mechanism , just a plain old slip on bracelet.
Today’s Paracord Projects, how to make an adjustable knife lanyard. This is somehow similar to our last Paracords Projects and the difference is that it uses a lanyard lock rather than simple knots making this knife lanyard adjustable.
Today’s Paracord Projects, How to make a strap holder. This is a very simple problem we face most of the time from our backpack, belt bag or any other stuff we carry around with straps. Imagine an extra strap hanging around, flinging left and right as we move.