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side stitched paracord bracelet

Side stitched paracord bracelet

In this quick tutorial I take a look at a stitched cobra knot bracelet.

The design reminded me of a trilobite bracelet, but as you will see, the bracelet has two distinct looks and can be worn on either side. It still amazes me how a little touch like a bit of stitching can make an entirely new look of a bracelet. This design was shown by BRett Yulich in one of the Facebook groups. He made a rifle sling with it, but I liked the idea and design so much I told him, I am trying it :).

So, let’s make one!

Supplies

To make this bracelet you will need:

The bracelet can be worn on either side.

The tutorial

Start off by tying a regular, two color cobra knot bracelet. I used neon for the core and black and neon for the outer part. I attached the paracord to the buckle, then started to tie. When done, it was time to attach the needle to a piece of black paracord and start stitching. The stitching part is demonstrated in the images below, but basically it is a spiral stitch that goes through the cobra knots. Once both sides are done, so is the bracelet.

The bracelet before stitching.

The bracelet before stitching.

This is how the bracelet is made:

side stitched paracord bracelet tutorial

About Markwell

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

One comment

  1. Gracias por sus excelentes ideas , por favor me envian unos tutoriales de pulseras para reloj ,

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