If you can’t get enough of paracord projects, time to make some cool paracord lanyards. Paracord lanyard is a very useful tool to use as a wallet chain, to secure a keychain, keyring, knife, multitool, flashlight, cell phone, camera, binoculars, compass, and other assorted pocketable gadgets, gizmos and gears!
A must survival gear for outdoor trekkers and hikers! There are different types of lanyards for different uses such as Paracord Knife Lanyard, Neck Lanyard, Duck Call Lanyard and more! You can use different knots and techniques to braid the lanyard with basic paracord supplies.
Tuck this cool survival lanyard in your pockets for a better grip on your tools and accessories!
Make this paracord lanyard with easy braiding techniques and a plastic buckle or a clasp to finish the ends!
Learn how to tie a paracord Cobra Stitch Lanyard in this video tutorial. With so many colorful paracords available and also the reflective ones you can create cool paracord survival lanyard that is very useful in an emergency situation.
Making a Snake Knot Lanyard using two colors of paracords will be an amazing accessory to carry outdoors clasped on your belts or bags.
If you’re getting crafty with paracord, making a lanyard can be a fun project that can also prove to come in handy accessory with your other survival gears.
A cobra-stitch paracord lanyard with a metal clasp tied to the end using 550 paracords. Follow the instructions to make this without pinching your pockets.
A classy version of paracord lanyard for adventure enthusiasts who love to make a style statement with the lanyard attached to a pocket knife at one end to attach it to their belts for a better grip.
Make this paracord lanyard with gaucho knot beads, made with 1.4mm cord, for this paracord project. The black and grey combination looks visually stunning. You can attach a small carabiner too for better grip.
An aesthetically-pleasing paracord lanyard design made using 2 colors of paracord 550.
Follow this easy DIY video tutorial and learn how to make a paracord lanyard with the Cobra stitch knot using 550 blue camo paracord.
Using 2 colors of paracord makes the lanyard look unique and vibrant!
Create your own paracord lanyard with the snake knot with a Celtic Button Knot (Single Strand Diamond Knot and 2 strand Diamond knot) and multiple overhand sliding knots in a carabiner!
Making a paracord wrist lanyard using the cobra weave is simple to make a design to hook keys.
Use sassy beads and skulls while making your paracord lanyard and use it as an awesome fashion accessory or for holding a bunch of keys.
Learn how to make a basic, one color, cobra paracord lanyard to clip your keys or knives.
The cross knot pattern made in this tutorial is also known as The Chinese Crown Knot, Chinese Cross, Japanese Crown Knot, Japanese Success Knot, Rustler’s Knot, Friendship Knot! You can use the loop end of the lanyard to attach it to your item and use the clip end to secure to a belt loop, bag, pack, etc
Make this knife paracord lanyard only using the lanyard knot and the Celtic button knot. This is an adjustable one easy to hang in your pockets!
Here we will be showing you how to make a general purpose lanyard with a round braid ending with a cobra weave and a side release attached to it with a lanyard string termination.
The Coiled Paracord Lanyard is an expandable coil key chain with a 550 paracord sheath. They can be used to secure lights, small knives, and wallets; because of their expandable capabilities, they allow you to use your items without detaching them from the lanyard.
This hand-woven paracord lanyard should be a part of your mini traveling kit.
This video tutorial will show you exactly how to make a custom lanyard using crown sinnet knot with 4 strands of paracord.
Die-heart hunters can make this braided duck call paracord lanyard to keep a track of the calls handy.
Hold your ID card and badges to keep it in reach and clasp it to the metal ring of the paracord lanyard that fits comfortably around your neck. This design is an adjustable one, making it easy for the users. Flaunt these cool handmade neck lanyards around your neck and gather compliments.
Here is a 4 strand round braid neck lanyard with the finishing touch of the snake knot viceroy attached to the keychain ring connector with a swivel eye lobster snap clasp hook.
How to add other colors and different patterns to the fishtail braid.
Download free instructions to make this amazing lanyard made from parachute cord.