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April 13, 2018

Paracord Projects for the Rest of Us

It's easy to get caught up browsing Pinterest or Google Images for elaborate paracord project ideas. Ones that we will never find the time to make. Don’t get me wrong, dreaming is great. I admire people who take on—and complete—big p...

August 29, 2017

Tying an eye splice is a great way to form a permanent loop at the end of a three strand rope. You can then use that loop to attach to another rope, chain or a hook. 

If you're using a synthetic rope you'll need to do a minimum of 5 tucks, but if you're using natur...

August 24, 2017

Paracord has a long history, dating back to World War II. It has since evolved from strictly military uses to commercial and personal use as well. You've no doubt heard of paracord or seen a paracord bracelet on someone. Curious? Read on to learn what is paracord and w...

August 4, 2017

Do you have clothes you almost never wear, but can't bear to get rid of? What about Cobra bracelets?

If you're like me, you have a drawer full of them from when you first started crafting and just can't part with.

I also like doing a cobra/solomon sometimes because it's...

July 18, 2017

Who's happy it's summer? I can assure you, 99.99% of the people in the Midwest sure are! It means getting back outside after a long winter, opening up resorts, golfing, and getting back to lake cabins. 

It's a big deal up here when the snow melts and people can get outs...

July 3, 2017

Well, we're back at it! This might just be one of my favorite topics to write about - Paracord for Beginners: 5 easy variations on the cobra weave, part 4! Yes, FOUR.

As I've said many times, there are so many bracelets where the base of it is a cobra/solomon and you mi...

June 7, 2017

Swimming, bon fires, warmth and baseball. Just a few of the best things about summer! Baseball is America's pastime for a reason- the crack of a bat connecting with a ball, beer, and of course the comradery. You can't get much better than that.

There is also nothing qu...

May 17, 2017

It's a well known and loved paracord weave. It's simple and has a really clean look to it. It's one you should learn when you're just starting to craft with paracord. It's one you will quickly know by heart. The Fishtail. There are many fun variations on it and some sm...

May 17, 2017

Knives, axes, flashlights, tomahawks, paddles, oars, and swords can all be wrapped with paracord. Anything with a handle can be - coffee mugs, dresser drawers, hammers - anything! The world is your oyster. 

Why would you want to wrap a hand with paracord you ask? Good q...

May 1, 2017

Paracord bracelets. They're fun to wear, use, stack, and make. 

We know they're practical, great for prepers/survivalists, and crafters alike. But what about the fashionistas? 

Sometimes a paracord bracelet can be thick (Double Wide Cobra, Trilobite) and you can't r...

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