Paracord Bracelet Patterns

Shark Jaw Bone Paracord Bracelet

Shark Jaw Bone Paracord Bracelet

| October 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Shark Jaw bone is another really cool bracelet pattern that is also easy to tie. A beginner level bracelet pattern. It is very similar to a cobra stitch. I really like this pattern and like the Cobra weave it is also a reversible bracelet. Here is the backside of the bracelet with the green […]

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Dragon’s Claw Paracord Bracelet

Dragon’s Claw Paracord Bracelet

| October 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Here is one of my favorite bracelet patterns – the ‘Dragon’s Claw’ paracord bracelet. A very popular bracelet pattern and a fairly easy knot to learn. However, adjusting and tightening the knots can be tricky. Attaching the looped end to something is highly recommended. This will help to keep this loose pattern together and no […]

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Paracord Prayer Bead Bracelet

Paracord Prayer Bead Bracelet

| September 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

How to Make a Paracord Prayer Bead Bracelet What you will need: Two different color pieces of paracord approx. 36″-48″ long each. Lighter Scissors or Knife Prayer beads are used in many different religions to help you count and remember your prayers. You can use this knot technique to create many different projects – bracelets, […]

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The Cross Knot Paracord Bracelet

The Cross Knot Paracord Bracelet

| August 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Cross Knot Paracord Bracelet is a great looking – fairly easy to tie project. While, the knot is easy, getting the knot position can take some patients. Not difficult, just time consuming. The Cross Knot is a popular knot used in various paracord projects, such as: Lanyards, zipper pulls, bracelets, and I’m sure much […]

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The Blaze Bar Quick Deploy Survival Bracelet

The Blaze Bar Quick Deploy Survival Bracelet

| March 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

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 […]

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The Switchback Path Bar Bracelet

The Switchback Path Bar Bracelet

| January 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

by TIAT Source: Tyingitalltogether

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