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Caged solomon bar paracord bracelet

In this tutorial I demonstrate how to tie a Caged solomon bar paracord bracelet.

This design is a variation of the solomon bar (cobra bracelet). It is a nice way to spice up the regular solomon bar and it is fairly easy to do. I decided to cover this bracelet because it not only looks nice, but can be used as a base bracelet that you can stitch in a few interesting ways.

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Like many bracelets, this one is also reversible and has two fairly distinct looks:

Top side of the bracelet.

Top side of the bracelet.

Bottom side of the bracelet.

Bottom side of the bracelet.

Before tying this bracelet, let’s take a look at the supplies needed:

Supplies

With these supplies gathered, we can begin tying the bracelet.

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2 color version of the bracelet.

The tutorial

We start by setting up the bracelet. We attach both ends of the buckle.

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The bottom is attached using a cow hitch/lark’s head knot.

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On the other side we simply feed the ends of the cord through.

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We then slide the second cord under the two left cords and over the two right ones.

Weaving

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We start by tying a cobra knot.

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Tighten.

We now start with step 1.

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Step 1. Take your left secondary color. Go through the bottom of the middle, then back to the left side.

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Proceed by tying a cobra knot onto the right side.

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Tighten. Now on to step 2.

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Take your right secondary color and go under and through the middle cords, then back to the right side.

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Then tie a cobra knot on the left side.

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Tighten. Now start step 1 again.

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Let’s repeat step 1 just in case. Take you left secondary cord and go under and through the middle, then back to the left.

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Then tie a cobra knot to the right side.

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And tighten. Then back to step 2.

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Continue alternating step 1 and step 2 until you reach the other side of the bracelet. At that point I like to work in both ends of the second color through the middle cords.

Finally, cut and melt all the ends.

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Bracelet complete!
Enjoy your new creation!

For a video tutorial see the video below:

About Markwell

I am a defense science graduate. I like to create beautiful things out of paracord.

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