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Bracelet Tutorial & Ideas
FUNDRAISER!!! Team Spirit Bracelets Fill a basket with these quick to make, inexpensive bracelets in bright fun colors for easy profit at your next craft event. Kids and adults alike love a low price item!

School colors, team colors.
Quick, Easy and Profitable!
 
 
Buckle Bracelets

Triple row bracelets from Aloha sampler.

Bright trio of bracelets from Starburst paracord sampler
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Feel free to use the bracelets made with these instructions for personal use or resale. If providing a link to the instructions please include proper source acknowledgement. Please do not distribute copies in any form, in compliance with copyright law.

All paracord projects shown are made with paracord that has had the inner strings removed. 

Transparent polyester thread has been used to construct the items. Nylon thread is not recommended as it can yellow and become brittle over time. Zig-zag stitching was used to join the rows of paracord, side by side. Coordinating or contrasting thread would also be attractive.  
Team Spirt Bracelets 
paracord-80 colors to choose from  

MATERIALS NEEDED

Two 12" lengths of paracord (Makes a small bracelet. Adjust length for larger sizes.)

Two 3/8" D rings or O rings

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paracord
Metal Hardware 

1. Cut two 12" lengths of paracord. Pull inner cords out and discard. Place paracord lengths side by side. Pin together 4" from one end and 1/2" from the other, as shown in the illustrations below.

 
Pin shown 4" from end.


Pin shown 1/2" from end.


2. Stitch paracord lengths together from one pin to the other.

 
Knot and fringe the long tail ends.

Fold other end over two rings (3/8" D or O) and stitch. Fringe ends.

 

Triple row bracelets
from Aloha paracord sampler

MATERIALS NEEDED

Three 12" lengths of paracord (Makes a small bracelet. Adjust length for larger sizes.)

Two 1/2" D rings or O rings

Links to supplies available on this site.

paracord
Metal Hardware 

1. Cut three 12" lengths of paracord. Pull inner cords out and discard. Place 2 paracord lengths side by side and stitch together leaving 1/2" free on each end. Add third cord.

Fold one end over two rings (1/2" D or O) and stitch. Fringe ends.


Aloha and other preselected paracord samplers
 
Bright trio of bracelets
from Starburst paracord sampler

MATERIALS NEEDED

Two 12" lengths of paracord (Makes a small bracelet. Adjust length for larger sizes.)

Two 3/8" D rings or O rings

Links to supplies available on this site.

paracord
Metal Hardware  

Follow Team Spirit instructions above to make these.


Starburst and other preselected paracord samplers
 
Buckle Style Adjustable Bracelet 

MATERIALS NEEDED

Three 12" lengths of paracord (Makes a small bracelet. Adjust length for larger sizes.)

One 1/2" Side release buckle

One 1/2" slide

Links to supplies available on this site.

paracord
Plastic Hardware

1. Cut three 12" lengths of paracord. Pull inner cords out and discard. Place 2 paracord lengths side by side and stitch together leaving 1/2" free on one end for fringe finish bracelet. Stitch full length for fused end bracelet. Add third cord.  
 


2. To prevent fraying, fuse ends of strap by passing the webbing several times through flame of a lit candle. Hold strap just above the flame in the heat glow to prevent a heavily melted, charred area. Properly fused area will be a little stiff, but no longer fraying.
 

Fuse one end of strap for fringe finish or both ends for fuse finish bracelet.

 3. Thread fused end of strap through adjuster buckle. Up through far slot and down through the other.



4. Stitch.

 


5. Making sure strap is same side up as in photo above.

Thread strap up through one slot (of double end of side release buckle) and down through the other as shown in the photo below. Side release buckle will be right side up as shown below.

 

6. Thread strap back through adjuster buckle.

 

  7. Use threading illustration on left for fused fininsh bracelet. Use threading illustration on right for fringe finish bracelet.


8. Open side release, stitch.
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