Useful Paracord Knots is a quick reference for a number of most practical knots, bracelets and other stuff you can make with paracord.
Paracord or parachute cord is a high-tensile strength nylon cord that was first used in the suspension lines of parachutes around the Second World War. This cord is useful for many other tasks and is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians. It is particularly useful in out door applications because it will not rot.
People who hike, backpack and camp all found uses for paracord. They sometimes use “survival bracelets” made of paracord that is woven into a compact and wearable form. Such bracelets are meant to be unraveled when one needs rope for whatever purpose. It can be used to securing cargo, tarps, tent lines, lashing poles together, clothesline, replacing boot laces, building a shelter, securing gear to your backpack or hang up food out of reach from animals. It can also be used to make fishing line, snares, traps, snow shoes, a bowdrill for making fire, or a splint for a broken ankle.
For this you need to know how to tie the right knots. Knots are categorized by type and each knot has a description and step by step instructions with pictures and guide on how to tie it.