Google+
crossed chain sennit paracord bracelet

Crossed chain sennit paracord bracelet

In this tutorial I demonstrate how to tie the Crossed chain sennit paracord bracelet.

This is another nice looking design that is worth making. It basically has a look of two vertical rows of cow hitches . This is because that is exactly what it is!

crossed-sennit-paracord-bracelet

It is possible to do this bracelet design in a few different patterns. I like this one, with one dominant color and one secondary.

The bracelet pattern.

The bracelet pattern.

With this said, let’s jump right into the tutorial!

Supplies needed

You will need the following:

Another look at the Crossed sennit pattern.

Another look at the Crossed sennit pattern.

With these supplies at the ready, we can begin trying the bracelet.

The tutorial

In the first part of the tutorial we are going to set up the bracelet by attaching our cords to tbe buckle. In the second part we weave the bracelet.

The setup

We setup the bracelet similarly to the double core paracord bracelet.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-1-of-28

Start by joining the two cords into one longer cord. For this purpose I highly recommend “the Manny method“.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-2-of-28

Place the middle of the joined cord into one buckle end.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-3-of-28

Move down to the other buckle end. We start by attaching the left end using a cow hitch.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-4-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-5-of-28

The cow hitch on the left is complete. Now the right cord.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-6-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-7-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-8-of-28

Both cow hitches on the bottom side of the bracelet are now ready. Now let’s move back to the top.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-9-of-28

Remove the joined end out of the buckle.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-10-of-28

Make a cow hitch with the right cord.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-11-of-28

Also pass through the joined end.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-12-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-13-of-28

One cow hitch complete. Now the left cord.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-14-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-15-of-28

Again, pass through the middle, joined section, then through the buckle.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-16-of-28

And finally both top hitches complete. Now let’s start weaving the pattern.

Weaving the bracelet

The weave is made using cow hitches, much like the ones we used to make the double core setup for the bracelet.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-17-of-28

Start with your left cord and make a cow hitch on the two cords on the right.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-18-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-19-of-28

Hitch complete. Now the right cord.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-20-of-28

With the right cord make a cow hitch onto the two cords on the left.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-21-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-22-of-28

Hitch complete. Now we continue by making another cow hitch, this time with the other cord.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-23-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-24-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-25-of-28

Hitch complete. Now a hitch with our first cord.

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-26-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-27-of-28

crossed-chain-sennit-paracord-bracelet-tutorial-28-of-28

Two sets of hitches complete. You would now make a hitch with the golden color onto the right side, then a hitch with the purple onto the left.

crossed-chain-sennit

Continue the same way all the way down to the other side, then cut and melt the ends.

Completed bracelet.

Completed bracelet.

With that the bracelet is complete.

Enjoy your work!

A video tutorial is also available if you run into any issues:

About Markwell

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

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*