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heart stitched paracord bracelet

Heart stitched paracord bracelet

In this tutorial we take a look at how to do a heart stitch paracord bracelet.

This romantic bracelet can be made in quite a few ways. This tutorial features a fast and easy way to do a heart stitch that also uses little cord.

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The project itself was inspired by Lori AndTed Potter, who had already inspired a few of my stitching tutorials (such as the Stitched solomon’s dragon paracord bracelet).

Bracelet patterns.

Bracelet patterns.

So, let’s move right into it!

Items needed

The first thing you need is a cobra paracord bracelet.

You will need a few other minor items:

With these supplies ready, we can begin the stitching.

The tutorial

The pattern we are going for is this one:

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Follow these steps:

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Prepare a cobra paracord bracelet.

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Tuck the microcord on the underside of the bracelet to secure the standing end.

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We will work horizontally.

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Start on the opposite side of the first cobra knot. Start with an under.

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Then go through the top on the right.

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And under on the right.

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Move towards the left going through the top.

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Finally under again.

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Move to the bottom and go into the knot at the middle of the heart.

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Work your cord under the bracelet towards the top.

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Go through towards the top.

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Then down on the other side through the same knot we used before.

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Heart complete!

You can continue your next hearts the same way. But I prefer to alternate by having one heart facing down and one facing up.

You make the hearts facing up the same way. But to be sure, let’s make one:

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Go under and through.

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Go through the top of the next section.

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And under the third section.

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Then towards the left and through the top.

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The under the first section.

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Then through the top knot.

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Then under the bracelet.

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Through towards the top.

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Then through the top knot.

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Bottom heart complete. Continue alternating the facings of your hearts.

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Stitched bracelet.

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Work the end of the microcord into the underside of the bracelet, cut it off and melt it.

With that the bracelet is complete!
A video tutorial on this stitch is also available:

Enjoy your bracelet and gift it to someone special!

About Markwell

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

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