How to tie a paracord hangman’s noose knot

Posted by Major Cord on Sep 24, 2011

Ok now we’re back with an easy Paracord Projects, How to tie a paracord hangman’s noose knot. This is a well known knot that is used for hanging your head (kidding aside). Well actually there are plenty of uses for this knot.

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How to tie or make your own paracord cord locks and cord ends with celtic button knot

Posted by Major Cord on Aug 09, 2011

For todays Paracord Projects, we will learn How to tie or make your own paracord cord locks and cord ends with celtic button knot. This is a very useful and decorative thus this is one of my personal favorite among all the paracord projects.

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TIP: Another way to finish or close the knot on your paracord projects

Posted by Major Cord on Jun 20, 2011

Almost all our Paracord Projects require melting or burning the ends to close of finish the knots. This usually leaves a bulk on the end and most of the time we end up flattening the melting parts with our fingers or something else.

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How to make a square knot paracord lanyard

Posted by Major Cord on Jun 14, 2011

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.

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