A braided bracelet always looks good on someone’s wrist! Try this awesome Coyote Trail Braid braid by BoredParacord and see for yourself how it looks simple and flattering!
Make a paracord ring to go with your paracord bracelet or necklace! It has a fantastic braided look, good for both women and men!
Spice up a paracord bracelet with beads of all kind! Use wood beads, plastic beads, glass beads or lettered beads to personalize every paracord project you do.
TIAT’s simple tie for the Snake Knot Viceroy has a fantastic appearance! It’s a great way to get a sleek look without having to put a whole lot of effort into it.
Want to dazzle people from afar with your paracord skills? Try TIAT’s Optic Star Bar that looks fantastic and can appreciated up close and far off with its eye popping design!
Here is a great tutorial on how to weave an awasome Zawbar Paracord bracelet by using a paracord jig. It’s incredibly elegant and can be made with one or two colors.
Learn how to tie this decorative knotting technique to incorporate into paracord jewelry, straps, and lanyards for that extra little something to embellish your work.
Not many paracord bracelet designs could look this unique and this captivating. Here is our tutorial to create the incredible Par-aramid Bar Paracord Bracelet.
Here is a super easy tutorial for tying a paracord ranger bead on one of your paracord bracelets. Just start with a paracord button knot and use as many colors as you want for each individual bead. The bead can also be used to help a button-secured bracelet from coming lose.