credit for this idea goes to MacGyver9 on instructables for this idea. I thought i would put it in a quick video and link the product used to make it a little more clear.
Easy DIY 28" paracord jig for barcelets, lanyards, and collars. The Kreg Saw Guide has a 24" ruler but you can make paracord up to 28" long.
Weight: 1 lb
Components: aluminum / metal / plastic
Total Cost: approx. $40
This sucker weighs in at 6 ounces and around 3 inches in diameter!
Uses 30-40 feet of cord! depending on wraps and tightness.
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http://www.beadaholique.com/ - In this video, you will learn how to set up and use the EZzzy-Jig Parachute Cord Bracelet Maker to make paracord bracelet. This handy tool holds your work in place as you knot and helps ensure you get the right bracelet leng...
In this video I go over some of the basic key points of the PPJ-16 Production Paracording system. This jig is hand crafted in our own woodshop using premium quality lumber and high quality hardware. It should last a lifetime. We back it with a lifetime wa...
In this video i show an easy to make Paracord Bracelet Jig. It is also very cheap to make. I explain how to and give you the measurments i used. This link should take you to my newer version of this video with a step by step of making it, https://www.yout...
After making paracord bracelets and watching various videos, and reading comments, people have asked how much cord do they need to make a particular bracelet.
I came up with these math formulas to make the Solomon's bar. The Caterpillar feet braid. The ...
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The monkey fist knot is very popular for key fobs and decorations. The problem is that it is a very difficult knot to tie. Using our Monkey Fist Tool (PCSA17) you should b...
This video shows you how to get a leg up on
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Okay maybe the 2nd best. It's pretty dang good though. ;-D
What you'll need..
-Philip screw driver
(2) 1 x 2 x 24" or to what ever length you prefer
(4) 1 x 3 x 4"
(4) Wood screws 2"
(1) large bolt
(1) Wing nut
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I used a Perma Lok Super Jumbo Lacing Needle to tie the knot, not required but they do make it easier to work these types of knots. A few things you mi...