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DIY Proenza Schouler Rope Necklace. Lauren and I have been waiting for an excuse to use colorful bungee cords for some time now.

DIY Proenza Schouler Rope Necklace

And after seeing this Proenza Schouler necklace from their Resort 2011 collection, we jumped at the opportunity to recreate our own version of this amazing piece of jewelry! Start by cutting a 10″ and a 15″ piece of bungee (or climbing rope). Burn the ends with a lighter to prevent fraying. Then, wrap the middle sections with either twine or mason line using the friendship knot technique and use the hot glue gun to secure the ends to your bungee cord.

(Click images to enlarge) Lay the center of the twisted cord in between the two pieces of covered bungee, twist twice at the top of the necklace and bring both sides down to create a small loop. Wrap each glued section with mason line or twine and trim any excess twisted cord. Your Proenza Schouler inspired necklace is ready to wear! (top image from here, rest of images from Honestly…WTF) DIY Utility Rope Necklace. A couple summers ago, we stocked up on brass washers to make friendship necklaces.

DIY Utility Rope Necklace

A year later, hex nuts became short in supply thanks to the hex nut bracelet. Today we’re all about compression sleeves, which are conventionally used in plumbing but also make for the perfect component for these statement necklaces. Striking, colorful, and fun, this tutorial won’t be able to keep you too far away from your local hardware store! You’ll need: Start by cutting the utility rope into 8 32 inch pieces. How to Make a Two Color Cobra Knot Paracord Bracelet. How to Make a Two Color Cobra Knot Paracord Bracelet For quite some time I have been very interested in learning how to make stuff using paracord, such as paracord bracelets, knife lanyards, key chain fobs & more since I have been into emergency survival preparedness since 2008 and paracord is a very useful item to have on hand during an emergency or survival situation due to virtually infinite number of uses it has.

How to Make a Two Color Cobra Knot Paracord Bracelet

550 Paracord Knots. Wide Paracord Bracelet. First step is picking your colors.

Wide Paracord Bracelet

The optimal types are 2 colors that contrast. Also for your side release buckle I recommend a 1" size. This allows you plenty of room to insert the cordage. The 5/8" size I used just made it very tight to work with. To figure out how much paracord you will need, measure your wrist where you want the bracelet to sit at. The color you want as the outside one should be your wrist measurement times 12. Loop the strands onto your buckle using a cow hitch knot One tip is to make sure you keep the same pattern going and not switch which cord goes over and which one goes under. Ladder Rack with Cross Sticking & Adjustable Steel Shackle. 550 Paracord Knots. How to make a paracord survival necklace. Beachwear Necklace with earrings made using paracord. Hello Friends, Since my first paracord project till now, I have become very very Knotty...LOL.

Beachwear Necklace with earrings made using paracord

I mean it, I have been trying and experimenting with knots a lot, especially the decorative ones. I like to thank JD of for his amazing book on decorative knots. Which had inspired me to create this jewelry set. I like to dedicate this jewelry set to a special friend who had always shown a great deal of interest in my jewelry projects and motivated me when I felt miserable. This necklace set is my original design and I call it beach jewelry because of the colors, beads and paracord (waterproof, strong....?). This necklace set is made up using several knotting techniques, which made it look so awesome and complex. Another interesting thing about this necklace set is that it uses only a few things to make up. Paracord bracelet with a side release buckle. Guide To Paracord: Free PDF. Paracord bracelet with a side release buckle.

How to make a Paracord Learn the Rattler Paracord Bracelet Braid, and make your own Paracord Survival Bracelet.

How to make a Paracord

There are many different Paracord braids, here are some of the most popular. The Cobra, King Cobra, Sidewinder, Viper, Rattler, Mamba, Fishtail, Boa, and Copperhead. The Cobra being the most popular, along with Fishtail, and King Cobra (which is the same braid as the Cobra, but braided back over the original). You will get a different look depending on what colors you choose, some bracelets look better using 2 light or dark colors of Paracord, and some look better using opposites shades of Paracord. Rattler Paracord Bracelet Braid instructions, see pictures below. Measure the Length of the Paracord Brand Follow the same pattern. continue the Rattler Braid… Candy Stripe Bar.

Paracord bracelet with a side release buckle.