Paracord Bracelet Mad Max Style for Girls No Buckles – How to Tie. Not really, it was just the colours that dictated the title. This is a simple tutorial on how to make a Paracord Bracelet using the Portuguese Sinnet and the Lanyard or Diamond knot. This is probably the simplest decorative bracelet to make.
How to Make a Very Simple Paracord Bracelet
This really has to be one of the simplest ways of creating a Paracord bracelet. I would suggest that when making this Paracord bracelet, you just make sure that the inner cord is doubled and goes comfortably around your wrist with a bit extra, as it will need to be knotted at the end. Do not worry if it is too slack, as when tying the knot in the end, you will then be able to adjust it to perfection.
Portuguese Sennit or Cobra Stitch Paracord Bracelet
The main body of this bracelet is known as the Portuguese Sennit, and is one of the easiest forms of weave to create. Once you have learnt to do this, it will be in your memory forever. You just need to remember when creating the Portuguese Sennit over the inner core, you need to ensure that the loop at the end is just the right size for your final knot to slip through like a button. Often the Portuguese Sennit is also known as the Cobra Stitch, as the pattern resembles a Cobra’s chest area. When doing the Cobra stitch, once you have gotten to the end, you could if you want to then reverse and put another cobra stitch over the top of the original stitch. This then creates what is known as the King Cobra Stitch. Finally when you get to the end, you can either cut and burn the loose strands flush to the weave, or tuck them in under the weave. Some people also use and indelible marker to disguise the cut and burn process.
Bosun’s Call Lanyard Knot
Finally the Paracord Bracelet is completed by tying either a single or a double Diamond type knot to finish the bracelet. The choice is yours if you want to leave the protruding ends or cut and burn or tuck back in.
Finally a Finishing Solution
You can also use a finishing solution to cover your finished paracord bracelet. The finishing solution will help your bracelet me more dirt resistant, but as it is a glue, the finishing solution will also keep all work glued in place. You may be interested in this post on How to Make a Finishing Solution for Ropework.
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