Welcome to HandMade by Paracord -HMbP- blog.
All stuff in this blog have been handmade by me.
You can buy anything i have create but please first read the Customer Guidelines.
Enjoy your staying ~ParacordMan~

Sunday, 28 March 2010

Hamdmade by Paracord Customers Guidelines

****I will Update it Soon with more details.****

PLEASE BEFORE YOU PROCEED WITH THE PAYPAL COPY/PASTE THE POST TITLE THAT YOU WANT TO PURCHASE AND SENT ME AN EMAIL AT myparacord@gmail.com

Hamdmade by Paracord Customers Guidelines.
All the lanyards featured on this blog have been custom handmade (by myself) for my customers.
Should you be interested in anyone of these designs with any of the below colors, please feel free to contact me.
myparacord@gmail.com

Beads -
Will Update Soon
Other -
Shipping -
I can send World-Wide but Shipping Costs doesn’t include in each product price. You will learn about the cost after the purchased completion.


Paracord Details
The paracord I use is genuine US military issue 7 strand Kernmantle style 550 cord, which conforms to MIL-C-5040 Type III.



The availiable colors for now are listed below:
********Click each color to enlarge********

Now its available all bellow colors. I will upload some pics ASP. So if you are interested now you can ask for by mail "myparacord@gmail.com" the color you like.

1  : Black
2  : Burgundy
3  : Colonial Blue
4  : Coyote Brown
5  : Coyote Tan
6  : Dark Brawn
7  : Dark OD
8  : Desert Tan
9  : Digital Camo
10: Electric Blue
11: Foliage Green
12: Gray
13: Khaki
14: OD Green
15: Orange
16: Red, White and Blue
17: Royal Blue
18: Silver
19: White
20: Woodland Camo
21: Blue Camo
22: Bright Red
23: Golden Rod
24: Hunter Green
25: Kelly Green
26: Navy Blue
27: Neon Green
28: Neon Orange
29: Neon Pink
30: Neon Pink Camo
31: Neon Yellow
32: Pink Camo
33: Purple
34: Purple Camo
35: Red
36: Rose Pink
37: Teal
38: Yellow

There is also Glow-in-the-Dark ultraviolet (UV) light sensitive nylon rope. You can ask for it by sending an email to myparacord@gmail.com

Thanks
Handmade by Paracord.

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Two-Bight Turk's-Head Paracord key lanyard

Two-Bight Turk's-Head
Paracord key lanyard
I made this one for a good frient of mine. Two-Bight Turk's-Head Paracord key lanyard.
Supplies: 1,5 m OD Green and 1 m Colonial Blue, a stainless steel bolt snap hook 1 rounded and two Ying Yang dice beads.

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines


Think you like it. I await your comments.

Monday, 22 March 2010

King Cobra key lanyard with two different paracord colors

King Cobra key lanyard #1
King Cobra a beautiful knots my opinion.
King Cobra key lanyard #2
I made one with two different paracord 550 colors. I used 1,5 m black and 1 m electric blue a bolt snap hook and a key ring. I am presenting both sides. It’s a nice Key Lanyard.

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Sunday, 21 March 2010

Cobra bracelet with two different paracord colors and a side release buckle

I used to make this cobra knot when i was younger (school i guess). I had seen it in a book (not from what everybody had to school) and I liked. So I made one with a simple rope. It was great and I was so exciting that I made it myself.

All my classmates wanted to make one …. And I hope you will……
I used about 1, 5 m x 2 (each color silver and orange) of gutted 550 paracord and a side release buckle.

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

My first two-bight turks head


Today i try the two-bight turks head knot with two colors 550 paracord. I used 1,6 m Gray- 1 m Colonial Blue.

I have included at the end of each cord metal dice beads with letters. In my case it’s the first letters for my son, wife and my name.

You can always unravel it in an emergency situation and deploy the paracord.
Please read the Customer Guidelines

At the other side i install a black bolt snap hook.

Think you like it. I await your comments.

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Knot and many more...

A knot is a method for fastening or securing linear material such as rope by tying or interweaving. It may consist of a length of one or more segments of rope, string, webbing, twine, strap, or even chain interwoven such that the line can bind to itself or to some other object—the "load". Knots have been the subject of interest for their ancient origins, their common uses, and the area of mathematics known as knot theory.

Read more @ Wikipedia

Parachute cord

As i can't say much about but i will give you an idea...... Parachute cord (also paracord or 550 cord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of US parachutes during World War II. Once in the field, paratroopers found this cord useful for many other tasks. It is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians. This versatile cord was even used by astronauts during STS-82, the second Space Shuttle mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.[1]
The braided sheath has a high number of interwoven strands for its size, giving it a relatively smooth texture. The all nylon construction makes paracord fairly elastic; depending on the application this can be either an asset or a liability.

Read more @ Wikipedia