“Almost all of the projects in this book are based off of the simple cobra knot. In the first chapter, we’ll go over how to do the cobra knot and a few other basic things.
All of these braiding projects are fairly easy to do, and the materials are fairly easy to come by. Old backpacks and laptop/camera cases are great places to scrounge side-release buckles and other metal findings. Some craft and general supply stores also sell items like buckles, key rings, clasps, and other assorted items.
This book contains only a few possible things you can do with paracord, it is truly a versatile material. Once you get the hang of it, there is really no limit to what you can come up with.”
-Excerpt from Introduction
Developed during World War II, paracord is one of the most famous types of cordage used by the military even today. It is strong, light, and can be used for thousands of different tasks, from the practical to the fashionable.
Heavy on pictures, Adventures in Paracord will guide you through the basics of paracord weaving and its uses every step of the way. Learn to make survival bracelets that contain up to 20 feet of paracord for emergencies, stylish bracelets for both men and women, rugged and durable watch bands, keychains, lanyards, handle wraps, and even more!
-Additional Features of the Full Color Edition-
- Full-color photographs
- Larger, 8.5x11 format for easy reading
- Larger photographs in high resolution for ease of use and visibility