Wednesday, December 30, 2015

How To: Two-Color Cobra Weave Paracord Bracelet


The Two-Color Cobra Weave is a variation of a popular Cobra 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 to determine the length of your bracelet.

The way that this bracelet differs from the a Single-Color Cobra Weave is that the two colors of paracord need to be fused together.

After your cord is fused, use the ruler to find your appropriate bracelet length.

Begin your Cobra Weave, also known as a Solomon Bar.

When you finish, cut the ends off of the cord.

Now, it's time to singe the ends

Your bracelet is finished!

I hope that this tutorial was helpful. Until next time!

5 comments:

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