Friday, June 6, 2014

How To: Single-Color Cobra Weave Paracord Bracelet



















The Single-Color Cobra Weave is the simplest and most popular Paracord Bracelet Weave.

Supplies that you'll need are:  550 Paracord, Buckle, Lighter, Scissors, Needlenose Pliers (optional) and a ruler.

First, you need to measure your wrist size to determine the length of your bracelet.

Once you've measured and cut your card, it's time to pull the buckles to the appropriate length.

This is the basic weave for the Salomon Bar Bracelet. Repeated several times, it forms a very attractive design.

After you're done, it's time to cut the ends of the cord.

After the cord is cut, it's important to melt the ends to secure the bracelet.

Next step is to put the bracelet on, and enjoy it!

I hope that tutorial helped you guys. We'll have more to come!

3 comments:

  1. This is one of the weaves that frustrated me before because I got confused how to do the cobra weave. Thankfully I was able to get it now. Paracord bracelets are useful and they are also not short in terms of being stylish and fashionable. If you want to make your own bracelet, you might want to check this article: http://backpackingmastery.com/skills/how-to-make-a-paracord-bracelet.html

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