Pull the Ends of the Paracord Equally Taut
Repeat Step 8, (Remember to Start On Opposite Side)
Repeat Step 7, (Remember To Start On Opposite Side)
Take the inside color paracord end behind the strand lying behind the bracelet, then cross the inside color over the two main strands and through the loop on the other side
Take the color paracord end you want on the outside of the bracelet and cross it underneath the two main verticle strands of the bracelet
Release the buckle and measure the paracord in beteen the two halves of the buckle to reach the desired length
Thread the two ends of the length of paracord down through the other end of the buckle
Pull the ends of the paracord taut
Continue to pull the ends of the paracord through the buckle and then through the loop
Thread the two ends of the length of paracord up through one end of the buckle
You Will Need:
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In this video, learn how to make a basic 4 strand bracelet with square knots, also known as the cobra pattern, using nylon parachute cord and plastic buckles.
Your Paracord Bracelet Is Completed!
Carefully Burn the Cut Ends of the Paracord. Quickly Press the Burned Ends Down with a pen, lighter, or scissors. Do Not Use Your Fingers.
When You Reach the End of the Bracelet, Be Sure To Pull the Ends Tight. Then Cut the Leftover Ends Short with Scissors
Continue to Repeat Steps 7-12
Pull both ends equally taut