Hey Weavers! In this episode we are learning how to make a paracord key organizer. This is a great way to keep your keys neatly stacked in your pocket and not have them jangling around all the time. You can modify this design as you see fit, even putting two diamond knots on it instead of the snake knot. Another tip I'll give you is that if they keys feel loose on the organizer, you can always drop the whole organizer in boiling hot water for 15-30 seconds to tighten everything down. Try it out and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers, in this video we will learn how to make the Type-PZ Knot paracord bracelet. This pattern was authored by @ce.paracord.by.sfs. This pattern is done on a contained 4-strand core and can have up to 4 colors so you should definitely experiment with different colors of paracord to customize this bracelet to your liking. Check this one out and definitely give it a try!
Hey Weavers! In this video we will be learning how to make a paracord quick release key chain with a pop barrel. This method is a simple way to attach and detach keys from your key set. Also included in this video is a short review of the CRKT Tactical Key which is a personal self-defense tool. Check it out and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be learning how to make the Assassin's Creed paracord bracelet with a hidden blade in the buckle. This pattern was authored by Pavel Makurin (_cetus_550). We also used a knife buckle that has a small blade hidden inside it. This blade would most likely be used as a last ditch blade or in some sort of emergency. Special care should be taken when putting the bracelet on as with handling any sharp objects. Check this one out and let me know what you think!
Hey Weavers! In this episode we will be learning how to make a Paracord Lucky Fat Man or Paraflatman. This simple little paracord craft is a good luck talisman that is meant to bring luck, prosperity, and good fortune to the holder and carrier of it. The key to this paracord talisman is that it is meant to be given and received, but never sold or bought. The Lucky Fat Man was originally a resin cast figurine/talisman that was often included in everyday carry pocket dumps. However, the creators of the Lucky Fat Man are no longer in operation. That doesn't mean that this concept can't continue with a bit of paracord. The paracord version was created by @paraflatman on Instagram. Always given, never sold. Be kind, do good.
Hey Weavers! In this video we will be learning how to make a slim and minimal paracord Conquistador wallet. This paracord wallet and cardholder is very minimal and slim and can hold up to 5 or 6 cards and even some folded cash. This is a great option for those who carry minimally. Although it takes a bit of time, the end results are worth it with this beautiful piece. This design idea was created by @opossumsparacord.
Hey Weavers! In this episode we are making an adjustable beaded paracord bracelet. This bracelet uses simple wooden beads that I painted. I did end up using acrylic paint, but I would definitely suggest using a wood stain and/or varnish to color the beads. Also, in the video I stated that I used 375 paracord, but I meant 275 paracord. I love the way this bracelet turned out and I think it would look great next to a snake knot bracelet or even as a watch companion. Let me know if you'd like to see more wooden beaded bracelet ideas in the future!
Hey Weavers, in this video we are making the M-4 Knot paracord bracelet. This pattern was authored by @ce.paracord.by.sfs. We're using a contained 6-strand core with the working cords separate from the core. This pattern is overall quite simple, but looks great. I'm quite sure M-4 refers to the M-4 Sherman Tank as the bracelet pattern resembles a tank track, at least to me. I like this pattern as it was super easy to weave and the end result is very comfortable to wear as the overall thickness is under 1/4"/1 cm. I'd definitely suggest using contrasting paracord colors between the core and the main weave as that would help the pattern really pop, but as you can see with my color choices, a subtle difference is great too. Hope you all like it and try it out!
Hey Weavers! In this video we will be learning how to make a paracord snake knot zipper pull. This zipper pull can be looped on and off most zipper tabs. It's a great way to add some paracord to your jackets or bags and also it's a great way to replace a zipper pull that has fallen off or broken. The great thing about using a 275 paracord core is that you can do almost any pattern over it to make different and interesting zipper pulls. Let me know if you'd like to see more zipper pull videos!
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