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b68026692e They aid in carrying, plus, if you are to make the paracord belt from above, you will have a much stronger attachmentpoint. Not the old-fashioned hemp stuff, but the modern polypropylene kind, its great. This 8-loop braid only requires using the thumb of one hand, so it may be a good way to practice up for 9-loop braids. Difficulty: 6/10Time: 1-2+ hoursGo to Project SurvivalProjects CLICK HERE: FREE DOWNLOAD: GRAB A PDF VERSION OF THIS GUIDE Where would any Paracord roundup be without a section on paracord survival projects? These projects are what initially attracted me to paracord, it wasnt long before I understood just how practical some of these items can be. Difficulty: 3/10Time: 1 hourGo to Project 90)Paracord Belt A project Ive been tempted by for a while. The 10-loop video demos this, but it can be done with any number of loops. Check in my sidebar under other braiding sites somewhere in that list of links is a link to a tutorial by Jean Leader for a two-strand braid, easy and pretty I hope that helps! Reply Shena says: February 24, 2014 at 8:45 am OMG! Im addicted to making bracelet and when I saw you website, I was very delighted. However today it is also used as an all purpose provision in many prepper and survivalist packs.
This is a text-only how-to, at the end of my photo-tutorial for 11-loop braids. A Perfect EDC item. It actually recommends that you soak your to allow it to shrink which makes measuring the correct length more accurate. I different way of working with the paracord to achieve a different look and feel. Difficulty: 6/10Time: 2+ hoursGo to Project 56)Paracord Bottle Net This is another great project for a beginner. Matt C outlines and demonstrates how easy it can be to make a simple lanyard. A standard way to finish a braid without a knot is by making a tassel of the ends: You use a piece of thread (could be the same type of thread/yarn/string you used for braiding) to make a tight binding called a whipping, then trim off the loops a pleasing distance below, leaving a neat tassel of ends. Difficulty: 2/10Time: 1 hour or lessGo to Project 14)Keychain with Secret Compartment This is a cool little project for your keychain and actually forms a part of my EDC (Every Day Carry) kit. This projects are for educational purposes only. Happy braiding! Ingrid Reply Sharon says: November 11, 2011 at 4:42 pm Fabulous site! Thank you so much.