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How To Make Paracord Bracelets
Best Survival Bracelet | The Paracord Bracelet
Here is a list of different paracord bracelet projects for you to make at home. All you need are a few simple supplies and you will be making paracord bracelets for your friends and family. Not to mention your personal outdoor use.
There are many different weaves, patterns, and knots you can try when braiding the bracelets. A paracord survival bracelet is a great tool for any prepper to have around. Having several paracord bracelets around is even better.
1. The Cobra Paracord Bracelet
This is the most basic paracord bracelet, the one that started it all. It is very easy to make and very simple, you’ll be done making this bracelet in minutes!
2. Tire Tread Paracord Bracelet
The Tread Paracord Survival Bracelet has tons of uses, at home and mostly outdoors. It’s an all-around tool that is best used in emergencies and life-threatening situations.
3. The Oat Spike Paracord Bracelet
The Oat Spike Paracord Bracelet has one of the best-looking paracord bracelet patterns. It may look difficult at a glance but with a couple of steps, you’ll be able to make this DIY survival bracelet in no time!
4. The Blaze Bar Quick Deploy Survival Paracord Bracelet
As to how it is called; this survival bracelet comes in handy when you’re in a hurry. In emergency situations and scenarios where time is limited, this is the tool that you will need!
5. Aztec Sun Bar
This paracord bracelet is made up of a string of joined Aztec Sun knots where is stores a lot of cords in an awesome style. The Aztec Sun Bar bracelet is perfect for macrame designs, key chains, and the likes, and can be made in a lot of different colors and sizes.
6. Back to Back Feather Bar
This bracelet is also known as the Reversible Bracelet. It is the first of a series of new combination knots, highlighting the versatility and multiple possibilities associated with the back-to-back tying technique.
7. Banded Solomon Bar
The Solomon Bar bracelet is one of the best and effective ways to include a paracord into a tie. There are a lot of ways you can make this: you can create it into a bracelet, a belt, or even a key chain holder.
8. Beanstalk Bar
The Beanstalk Bar bracelet is a new tying technique in joining a series of paracord bracelet knots. The look of the locked knots reminds you of the winding leaves of a beanstalk, thus the bar’s name.
9. Candy Stripe Bar
This strap of slanted successive lines can be used as a friendship bracelet as well as a survival bracelet. This handmade paracord bracelet can be made in numerous colors and sizes.
10. Corset Spine
Generating a look similar to the lacing along the spine of a corset, thus the tie’s name, the Corset Spine generates a crisscrossed weaving pattern like no other fusion tie before. This bracelet is a variation of the Endless Falls tying technique that makes a nice paracord bracelet.
11. Coyote Trail
Generating a firm design that emulates the look of a meandering coyote trail, the Coyote Trail tie looks awesome as a bracelet. You may learn how to do this with or without a buckle.
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12. Crooked River Bar
The paracord bracelet is the combination of the Curling Millipede tying technique and alternating Square Knots. It’s called the Crooked River Bar because it looks like a crooked river darting to-and-fro between a bank lined with rocks.
13. Divided Sine Wave Sinnet
You’ll love the look of this paracord tie bracelet because of its elasticity and the segmented wave of colors it displays. It makes a lovely accessory and at the same time a useful survival tool.
14. DNA Utility Strap
The DNA Survival Strap is the multi-tool of paracord ties. It’s like an intelligent combination of all the tying technique designs made for a paracord bracelet.
15. Dragons Tongue
The Dragon’s Tongue braided survival bracelet will make you look fearless and bold while sporting two colorful bars. It is an intricate weave that looks like a wave on a lattice.
16. Caterpillar Footed Solomon Bar
Just like how it’s called, the Caterpillar Footed Solomon Bar definitely looks like a caterpillar. You’ll love wearing it because it looks cool, unique, and neat!
The Mamba paracord bracelet has one of the most basic designs that you won’t have difficulty making. It is one of the best tactical and survival items you can carry with you.
Who said having a tactical survival tool should be boring and dull? This Ombre paracord bracelet can be mistaken as a friendship bracelet or a fashion accessory due to its intricate braid designs!
The Rattle paracord design has a similar design with that of the Mamba — but not quite so. The Rattler or Rattle Snake paracord bracelet has an interesting braid design that was originated from how the rattle snake’s skin would look.
For you to make this Sidewinder paracord bracelet, you will need a paracord buckle, a 14-feet paracord, a lighter and a pair of scissors. DIY this paracord tool and try out this different braid design with an assortment of colors.
21. T-Virus Sinnet
The name of this braided paracord bracelet design came from the famous Sci-Fi movie series, The Resident Evil. The combination of slip knots and crossing of cords is really simple to make — despite its complex appearance.
The Viper weave paracord design just needs five easy steps for you to make it. All you need is a 10-feet paracord of your favorite color and a paracord buckle, and you’re all set.
23. Zig Zag
This simple yet beautiful paracord bracelet is made with simple loops and knots. So classy to look at that it’s perfect to wear along with your OOTD, no one will even guess that it’s a tactical survival tool!
Check out KevinBrauer’s tutorial video on making some easy paracord bracelets:
A lot would agree that it is quite important to know how to make a survival paracord bracelet all on your own. If you happen to be a serious prepper, then it will not come as a surprise to anyone to find a survival kit or two in your home.
The paracord bracelet might be the smallest yet the handiest survival tactical tool there is. So make use of these different designs that we’ve shared for you to liven up your favorite survival tool.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on January 29, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.