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Shark Jaw Bone Paracord Bracelet

“Change up the square knot to the next level. Learn a more advanced paracord weave.” Angela Finch

  • Jewellery Making
  • < 1 hour
  • Advanced

Tools and materials required

Method

Cut a long piece of paracord using fabric scissors. The rule is 1 foot for every 1 inch the bracelet needs to be, I usually add about 10 inches to the end for ease of use. For the shark jaw bone weave the bracelet needs to be about 1 and a half inches longer than normal. If you have a blue flame lighter, light the end of the paracord and use the flat nose pliers to make it go flat. This makes it easier to thread through the buckle. Add the buckles to the paracord jig.

1

Find the middle of the length of paracord and fold it in half. Push the fold through the buckle. If this is difficult, use the flat nose pliers to help push it through. Then put the 2 paracords ends through the loop and tighten. This is a form of Larks Head knot.

2

Turn the jig around, and put the 2 lengths of paracord through the buckle. Create half a square knot. Form a ‘C’ with the left cord, bringing it over the first middle cord and under the second cord. Then the right-hand cord goes over that cord then over the first middle cord and under the second middle cord. Finally, the cord goes over the ’C’ cord, and pull to tighten. You may need to check the tautness of the 2 middle strands, and pull them when you tighten the knot.

3

Now complete the square knot using the right cord. This is the same as step 3, just create a backwards ‘C’ with the right cord first. Remember to keep putting the cord between the 2 middle cords.

4

Continue doing square knots. If you have to put it down halfway through, it is easy to pick up again. Look to see which side the diagonal knot is on, that is the side you start the square knot with.

5

Go as close up to the buckle as you can with the square knots. If you are starting to find it difficult to put the cords through the middle cord. Use the flat nose pliers to push the cords through.

6

Turn the bracelet around on the jig, so that the back of the bracelet is facing you. Cut one end of the paracord so that it is just under the width of the bracelet. If you have a blue flame lighter, burn the side facing the bracelet. Then quickly use the flat nose pliers to hold the strand in place until it is secure. Or use super glue to fix it.

7

Do the same as step 7 with the other remaining strand. This is my preferred way of finishing a bracelet. The other way is to cut the cords flush to the sides of the bracelet, then burn them and use the flat nose pliers to keep it in place.

8

The bracelet is now finished.

9

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