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stitched caged solomon paracord bracelet version 2

Stitched caged solomon paracord bracelet- version 2

In this tutorial I show off another stitching technique for the Caged solomon bar.

I have covered one style of stitching the Caged solomon paracord bracelet in the previous tutorial. This one is a bit more colorful and not much harder to do.

It works especially well when using contrasting colors, as seen in the image below.

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Because the bracelet is quite colorful it can be of great use in representing various team colors and flags.
A closer look at the patterns:

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So, with all of this said, let’s stitch!

Stitching tutorial

As mentioned, we will be stitching onto a 2 color Caged solomon bar. So first tie the base bracelet.

For the stitching you will need 2 colors of microcord (I used 2 feet of each color for a 6 inch weave). Lastly, you will need a lacing needle.

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The 2 color Caged solomon bar. Note that the arrows of the bracelet are facing down.

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Take one color and tuck it under a few sections on the underside of the bracelet.

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Then come to the top side and go above the colored part.

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Then through the knot on the other side and down to the bottom side.

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First stitch complete.

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On the underside follow the next colored cord to the top side.

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Then on top go through the knot on the opposite side.

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Second stitch done. Let’s do it one more time for good measure!

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On the underside follow the next colored cord to the top side.

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Then on top go through the knot on the other side.

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Third stitch complete.

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Stitch the same way to the other side of the bracelet.

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On the underside tuck your microcord to secure the cord.

We then move on to the second cord.

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Tuck the second cord on the underside of the bracelet.

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Come to the top and travel to the other side. Go through the knot.

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On the underside go on top of the next colored cord.

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Come to the top and through the knot on the other side.

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Second stitch done. Continue stitching all the way to the other side of the bracelet.

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Finally tuck the other end on the underside of the bracelet, then cut and melt the ends.

With that, the bracelet is ready for action!

I hope this tutorial proved useful. Be sure to check out the video for a live demonstration of the tying and stitching process.

About Markwell

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

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