Whether you want a paracord bracelet for emergency backup when hiking or for making a color fashion statement, paracord is cool either way. Learn how to make a bracelet with a buckle clasp or a simple knot and loop closure. With these great how-to videos from Beadaholique and other paracord enthusiasts, you'll soon be knotting your way through yards and yards of it!
Two-Color Cobra Bracelet
The cobra knot is the most basic knot, used in many other variations of paracord bracelets. You'll learn how to use a lighter to melt the ends of paracord to adhere two colors together for a true one-two punch!
Solid Fishtail Bracelet
If you're more of a mono type, then this lovely fishtail knot in a single color is perfect for you. Solidarity rocks!
Show off your pride and embrace the colors of the rainbow with this colorful option that makes good use of paracord scraps.
Ripcord Pull-Apart Bracelet
For all you hikers, campers and rock climbers - this knotting gives you the longest strand of emergency back-up paracord that you could possibly wrap around your wrist - and it looks amazing, too!
Reversible Shark Jaw Bracelet
This one is about as cool as it gets - who doesn't want to make anything with "shark" in the name? Plus the fact that it's reversible makes for fun color choices.
Dragon's Claw Bracelet
If there was going to be anything cooler than a shark jaw, it would have to be a dragon claw. This knot will definitely impress your friends!
Beadaholique offers lots of awesome paracord colors and bracelet-making kits, as well as beautiful beads and fabulous findings. Click here to see more of their how-to videos for working with paracord.
Beadaholique is a sponsor of The Craftys Awards - you can enter your best work now through October 25, 2015 for a chance to win cash and prizes!
This copy is for your personal, noncommercial use only.