Parachute cord is a lightweight nylon Kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. The paracord used in the larger bracelets is known as 550 cord or type-III paracord. It is made up of seven internal strands and has a break strength of 550 pounds (hence the name.)
I have been developing Paracord Jewellery for a few years. Here are some of the bracelet designs I have available.
In addition to Paracord Jewellery I have developed a range of products for Bushcraft and general use. These include key fobs, handle wraps, lanyards, and various cases.
Bushcraft Fire Tin
This is a cover made for the tin that hold my bushcraft fire starting kit.
Wrap For a Rucksack Handle
Wrapping a handle, in this case on a rucksack, gives better grip. A bespoke-wrapped handle on your luggage can also help you identify it on the carousel in baggage reclaim at the airport!
Zip pullers can neatly assist with handling zips, especially when it is cold and wet, or you are wearing gloves. These are made in different sizes to fit different zips, and in a wide range of colours.
Paracord Bottle Opener and Key Fob
This Paracord Bottle Opener is simple to use and easy to carry. It can also be made with a keyring on the opposite end. It is available in a range of colours.