Today’s exciting Paracord Projects, the paracord monkey fist keychain! Yup it’s a nice looking keychain and a little heavy due to its actual filling, a ball bearing. Knock yourself out with this cool keychain.
Major Cord is back with another Paracord Projects, the paracord pull string. This is rather a very simple and easy not to mention fast paracord project. The paracord pull string has a lot of uses, such as a zipper pull for your backpacks.
Here’s a fairly exciting new Paracord Projects, a square knot lanyard. A really good stuff for everyday use. This is a bit different from the normal cobra weave or stitch we’ve done with the paracord bracelet.
Ok now that we learned how to make a simple paracord bracelet, our second Paracord Projects would be how to make a two color paracord bracelet without sewing or melting. That’s right, you will not be joining the end of two cords together which makes this bracelet more durable.
To start our Paracord Projects, we should first learn the basics. This youtube video is one of my favorite and this is exactly where I learned how to braid the paracord. The instructions are clear and detailed and the video quality is good as well. It also contains good closeup shots so you can follow what he is doing clearly.
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