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Learn how to make the jagged cacophony bar paracord bracelet in this how-to video presented by Tying It All Together. With its offset, three tiered, bilateral symmetry the jagged cacophony bar paracord bracelet makes a unique bracelet that will stand out. To make the jagged cacophony bar paracord bracelet you will need three 5’ lengths of each white, blue, and maroon paracord. You will also need a pair of scissors and a lighter. This will make a bracelet that is about 7 ½”. This bracelet will begin with an overhand knot loop base. Begin by arranging the cords so the...

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In this tutorial presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT), you will discover how to make a Pupa Pull Tie from TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. The Pupa Pull Tie is a fundamental technique that can be used to make elaborate ties that expand cylindrically in 3 dimensions. To make a pupa paracord pull tie you will need one 5’ section of paracord, scissors, and a lighter. To begin, find the center of the cord and create a loop that is the desired length of pull tie. With the working cords on top cross them at the bottom of the loop so that the...

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In this tutorial presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT), you will discover how to make a divided sine wave sinnet paracord key fob. The divided sine wave sinnet paracord key fob displays a subtle, springy, color segmented wave of colors that is interesting and eye-catching. To make a divided sine wave sinnet paracord key fob you will need three 4’ lengths of paracord. For this particular piece we are going to use green, brown, and blue SurvivorCord or WarriorCord.. The divided sine wave sinnet paracord key fob begins with a doubled endless falls base. Beginning with the brown and blue cords, place...

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In this tutorial presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT), we discover how to make the Azulejo Endless Falls Paracord Key Fob. This 6” azulejo endless falls paracord key fob takes on the distinctive look of Portuguese and Spanish painted ceramic tile work, and can be made with either SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. To make the azulejo endless falls paracord key fob you will need three 4’ lengths of paracord of three different colors. For this particular bracelet we will be using red, olive green, and bright green. You will also need a lighter. Begin by taking the red and bright green cords together...

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In this video tutorial presented by Intense Anglers, we learn how to make a paracord fishing and survival bracelet. Here's how to never be caught again without a resource to catch a meal. The paracord fishing and survival bracelet is a great way to incorporate actual fishing tackle into the bracelet, without affecting the look, feel, or integrity of the survival bracelet itself. To make the fishing and survival bracelet you will need: Approximately 8’ of TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord 10lb braided fishing line 3 split shots 2 size 10-12 fishing hooks Plastic release clip buckle A binder clip or paper clip Super glue...

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Learn how to make a paracord quick deploy bracelet with the blaze bar in this instructional how-to video. This unique paracord quick deploy bracelet is the ultimate survival bracelet that allows nearly instant access to the entire length of cordage contained within the bracelet. To make a paracord quick deploy bracelet you will need a 3/16” bow anchor shackle, at least 14” of TITAN SurvivorCord and WarriorCord, and a lighter. To begin making the paracord quick deploy bracelet, start by attaching the paracord to the bow anchor shackle via a cow hitch. To attach the paracord through a cow hitch, fold the...

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In this video by BoardParacord! you will learn how to make the serpent river bar survival bracelet, with TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord.  The serpent river bar survival bracelet is a unique design that is guaranteed to be complimented. To make the serpent river bar survival bracelet you will need one 6 ½’ length of red paracord one 6 ½’ of black paracord fused together at one end, and ½” plastic buckle. To begin, fold the length of paracord in half at the point where the paracord is fused together. Take the free ends together side-by-side and put them through one end of...

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Learn how to make an old-fashioned tree swing using paracord through this instructional video provide by Lowes. Why buy a tree swing when you can make an old-fashioned tree swing using paracord within an hour? You will need a 1x8 hardwood board at least 44” in length, SurvivorCord or WarriorCord (length will vary with the height of the tree branch), carpenters glue, masking tape, a lighter, sandpaper, and a variety of common hand tools. Start by cutting the hardwood board into equal lengths of 22”. Apply the carpenters glue to one side of each of the boards. Spread the glue evenly with a putty...

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Learn how to wrap a paddle with paracord in this instructional video presented by ITS Tactical. Why have plain old paddles when you can wrap the handles with paracord? This video will teach you how to wrap a paddle handle with paracord using spiral hitching and two Turks heads. You will need one 14’ section and two 4’ sections of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord, a small paddle, scissors, a lighter, and a marlins spike.  The 14’ section of paracord will be used for the spiral hitching and the 4’ sections will be used to make the Turks head for each end of the...

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In this video we demonstrate how to make a bullwhip out of 550 cord, referencing this full tutorial by Nick’s Whip Shop. Try your hand at making paracord bullwhip using TITAN's trusted 550 WarriorCord or patented SurvivorCord.  You will need at least 300’ of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord, 5 ½’ of ¾” nylon cord such as sinker cord, a 10” steel rod with ¾” diameter, electrical tape, a lighter, a file or a sanding wheel, a tape measure, a few small bags of BBs, and a vice. Remove the inner strands from your nylon cord. File the ends of the steel rod so they...

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In this tutorial by Paracord 101, we discover how to make a Cascading Ladders Bar Paracord Bracelet.  The Cascading Ladders Bar Paracord Bracelet is a unique design that can double as a survival bracelet. To make a cascading ladders bar paracord bracelet you will need a lighter, a plastic buckle, two 7’ lengths of different colored SurvivorCord or WarriorCord joined together at one end, and one 4’ section of black paracord with an extra 2” for comfort.  We will be using orange and green paracord for 7’ sections of paracord that are fused together. To begin place the buckles the appropriate distance apart...

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In this instructional video presented by David Hopper, you will learn just how easy adding paracord to a boonie hat really is. By adding paracord to a boonie hat you will have extra survival cord at your disposal and it will give your boonie hat some flare. For this project you will need a boonie hat, 30 feet of WarriorCord or SurvivorCord, and hemostats or needle nose pliers. To begin, fold the length of paracord in half bringing the ends together and tie a double overhand knot. Tuck the knotted end under one of the loops on the boonie hat, from...

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In this instructional video presented by Bored Paracord, we learn how to make a 4 strand fishtail survival bracelet. Try a different design and make a 4 strand fishtail survival paracord bracelet. For this project you will need a plastic buckle and two lengths of paracord. The amount of paracord you will need will depend on your wrist size. A general rule of thumb is that for every 1” of wrist you will need 1’ of paracord. The 4 strand fish tail design requires two equal lengths of paracord. Once you have determined how much paracord you need and cut...

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Learn how to make an easy cat o’ nine tails whip using paracord in this tutorial presented by Pyrotron. This easy paracord tutorial only takes a few minutes to make. For this project you will need ½” PVC pipe cut to 10-12”, PVC coupling, a 2” dowel, electrical tape, scissors, a saw, a lighter, a tape measure or ruler, and of course some paracord. First you will need to cut eight pieces of paracord that are 2’ in length. Seal the ends with the lighter to prevent fraying and make them easier to work with. Next, lay the ends of...

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Video Overview In this video you will see how you can make a spear using paracord and a fixed blade knife. Creating a spear using parachute cord is simple and can be an effective tool when out in the wilderness. Creating a spear using paracord is an essential skill that all survival enthusiasts should acquire. What would you do if you were out in the wilderness and for some reason or another ended up lost and hungry with nothing but the clothes on your back, a knife, and some paracord? You would eat and protect yourself by creating a spear using...

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