How to go about it
How do you Braid 3 strands of paracord? (video)
How do you braid military cords? (video)
How do you do a 4 strand paracord braid? (video)
How much paracord do I need for braids?
The general rule for the cobra weave, and many other weaves, is: "One inch of bracelet equals one foot of paracord." This is a generally accurate rule, unless you have very large wrists, you are making a wide bracelet, or you are using smaller diameter cord. via
How do you braid with 2 strands? (video)
How do you do a 5 50 cord braid? (video)
How do you do a single rope braid? (video)
How do you do a single braid? (video)
How do you do a rope braid? (video)
Is paracord a rope?
Parachute cord (also paracord or 550 cord when referring to type-III paracord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. This cord is now used as a general purpose utility cord. The now inactivated US military standard MIL-C-5040H required the material to be nylon. via
How do you braid 4 strands together? (video)
How do you do a 4 wire braid? (video)
How much paracord do I need to make a 6 foot leash?
Following the same math, a 6' paracord dog leash would require 16.25' of paracord. via
What is the point of a paracord bracelet?
What is the point of a paracord bracelet? A paracord bracelet can be used to tie up gear, make shelter, fish for food and various other uses, which makes them extremely useful in the outdoors. via
How do I calculate how much paracord I need?
Wrap a length of paracord around your wrist, noting where the end hits the cord. Measure the length with a ruler. Ours measured 7.5 inches. If you are using one color for your bracelet, multiply the number of inches in Step 2 (your wrist circumference) by 12. via