In this showcase we take a look at the chainmail paracord bracelet. Made by David F. Mack.
In a conversation with David F. Mack I was lucky to receive a few really nice images of a project he did recently. It was a chainmail paracord bracelet!
I have seen images of these before, but in all honesty, I have dismissed them, for they were done with a lot less detail than what David came up with!
He can be reached at [email protected] for any questions. You can even order one from him!
Let’s see how this bracelet was done!
The standard supplies of Paracord 550, a lighter and scissors apply.
Besides that, two items are needed:
- aluminum chain mail rings, which are quite cheap (under 30$ for over 6000)
- a metal buckle
- a marlin spike or something to open the rings
- a hemostat to thread the rings
- nose pliers to close the rings
First of all we make a conquistador paracord bracelet. This is the basis onto which we thread the aluminum rings, one by one.
I must say that this project has motivated me enough to want to try it myself! Maybe I can even sell them at a medieval fair :)!