Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by cosine, Apr 15, 2006.
I like Enchanting Beads
A video tutorial for the Center Stitched Paracord Bracelet...
Got a Hydro Flask for work. Didn't want it to grow legs and go home with anyone else. Decided to ugly it up so I could recognize it. Photo spam incoming! Tall pics cause it's a bottle.
Single strand ringbolt hitch. Haven't the patience to attempt a turk's head that large yet. The cap idea didn't work, I forgot the 'biner doesn't exactly swivel with the cap when taking it off. Now to go find some Mio stuff for mixin'.
EDIT: Additions and grammar.
Fob for LD10 coming in the mail
PICT0030 by Mud80, on Flickr
Another recent lanyard
PICT0035 by Mud80, on Flickr
Another neck lanyard for small lights
PICT0024 by Mud80, on Flickr
Had a shoelace break so l decided to replace it with paracord. I gutted the paracord and had to use some tweezers to weave it thru the eyelets. But the color matches well and was a cheap fix.
Those are looking nice! Made a couple myself last night!
Now that I know the general design I think I'm going to try and make my own design!
Nice work, all, keep 'em coming!
I added my medic alert tag to a center stitched paracord bracelet, although I need to reattach it with some elastic cord, so that it can be more easily flipped/angled up to read the inscribed back of the tag...
Made a fun bracelet!
What knot did you use for the "beads"?
That's the Celtic Button Knot. I believe I found that one on instructables.com, also can be found in Ashley's book of knots
Stairstep stitched paracord bracelet. The 'stairstep applique' pattern can be found in Bruce Grant's book, 'Encyclopedia of Rawhide and Leather Braiding'. I used 1.4mm cord for the stitching on an already tied cobra stitch/Solomon bar/Portuguese sinnet type paracord bracelet...
That is cool looking!
Monkey fist (19mm steel ball bearing) and a skull key fob.
Where did you get that skull bead at? I've been looking for some and that ones bad @$$!
There are some unique ones for pre-sale in the Forum Store
Supplycaptain.com have a few types, that's where I got the above skull from
My daughter had a few beads tucked away. I got bored and made a new lanyard for my one ton today. Looks pretty cool IMO.
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