This article will help in creating any type of cobra standard of living paracord bracelets. You can make a bracelet survival of one color, two-tone, or what's called the style "elite". There are many online guides and videos to make this bracelet.
Side release buckles: This is the closure of most commercially available match paracord survival bracelets that you find in most sporting goods stores. They generally reliable enough hard plastic. You can check this out to buy a paracord buckle.
Knot and loop: This is my preferred method of making bracelets. There is no hardware to purchase. The key to this style create a nice diamond know for loop to go. This knot can loosen or tighten if you make an error in the measurement.
Knot and buttons: I've made a few of these and they look very pleasant. The law enforcement agency I work for has a green and gold uniform color. I put the gold thread to sew the green button to the thin blue line paracord bracelet my elite.
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Now to make a bracelet
What you will need is a standard black paracord, over 550 types of paracord. You will also need about 6-8 inches of paracord blue.
Step one: Start cobra stitch your base. I usually make two passes before going to the second step.
Step two: Singe both ends of the blue cable that you will use. Try to make them flat. I use pliers to ensure this. Now, insert one end of the blue cable under one of the cobra stitches that you have created and then tighten the stitch.
The third step: From here, you will alternately cobra stitch over and then under the blue rope.
Step four: When you get towards the end of your bracelet, I then cobra stitch at the end of the blue cable at least twice to make sure the blue wire will never "pop" out.
Step five: Utilize whatever type of cover you choose. Side release buckles, knots, and loops, shackles, etc.