Knot Tying

Cloverleaf Knot Tutorial

Cloverleaf Knot Tutorial

How to Make a Coverleaf Paracord Knot The Cloverleaf Knot is another great decorative knot, with countless application possibilities. I made a bracelet for my daughter, with two cloverleaf knots and adjustable fisherman knots. You could keep adding more knots to create a full bracelet or make as many as you want. Cord Used: 4 […]

| August 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
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3 Strand Matthew Walker Knot

3 Strand Matthew Walker Knot

Tie all three strings together with an inner strand from paracord or you could use tape or rubber band – Whatever works for you. Place strands between middle and ring finger with and spread strand out. Keeping the strands locked between your fingers and laying the loops on the surface of your palm will help […]

| August 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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How to Tie a Paracord Square Knot

How to Tie a Paracord Square Knot

The Square Knot also known as a Box Knot is one of the easier knots to tie and is a commonly used knot in lanyards and key chains. Keep tying this knot – one on top of each other and it will result in a square (four sided) lanyard or Key Fob. If making the […]

| February 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
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How to Tie a Paracord Lanyard Knot

How to Tie a Paracord Lanyard Knot

Lanyard knots – otherwise known as diamond knots or friendship knots are one of the best used knots for finishing off a paracord laynard, bracelet or many other paracord crafts. It’s decorative design has a much better look than a standard overhand knot. Use the lanyard knot to create a better stopper knot on your […]

| February 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Paracord Survival

Paracord Sizes – Mil-Spec 550 vs Commercial-Spec 550

Paracord Sizes – Mil-Spec 550 vs Commercial-Spec 550

What Type of Paracord Should You Use? The strength of paracord is determined by its composition – and there are several different types of paracord sizes on the market today. Paracord is essentially made up of a lightweight nylon kermantle rope with and inner core (kern) and an exterior sheath (mantle) woven over the inner-strands. […]

| July 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Wazoo Survival Bracelets

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Wazoo Survival Bracelets

Wazoo survival bracelets are more than a simple paracord bracelet, although you wouldn’t know that just by looking at them. A survival bracket that has as much as 18 different components, that can provide you with the tools you need to improvise, adapt, and overcome a life-threatening situation. Without looking like a survival kit, but […]

| March 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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15 Paracord Projects for the Survivalist

15 Paracord Projects for the Survivalist

If your new to paracord, or your not sure what Paracord is, or what it is for. Then you need to check out my Beginner Paracordist post, that will explain what you will need to get started and why we paracordist/survivalist love paracord so much! Here are some of the Most popular survivalist paracord projects […]

| March 16, 2014 | 1 Comments
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The Blaze Bar Quick Deploy Survival Bracelet

The Blaze Bar Quick Deploy Survival Bracelet

The “Blaze Bar” Quick deploy survival bracelet is a fairly easy to make paracord bracelet pattern. But, more importantly – it is even quicker to deploy (unravel cordage). Hopefully you will never need to use the paracord and it can just stay looking good on your wrist. Nevertheless, if you want a paracord bracelet for […]

| March 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
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