Make a Paracord Cross Necklace

Paracord Cross Necklace

I learned how to create a new paracord project at fushionknots.com.  The Paracord Cross consists of Square Crowned Sinnets with Diamond Knots finishing off the top and bottom.  I used four 6 ft lengths of 550 paracord (tan and red colors).  My attempt didn’t exactly turn out as expected, but I’m still pleased with the results.   I think the finished product is probably too large to actually serve as a necklace, but I might strap it to my backpack or hiking stick.  It would make a great conversation piece and could certainly open up witnessing opportunities.

The Paracord Cross Necklace took me about 2 hours to make, and it was my first one.  To view the video for making this project click here.

If you’re interested in making paracord crafts, you might also want to check out my from free resource on How to Make a Survival Bracelet.

Good luck and please share any paracord craft ideas you may have.

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8 Responses to Make a Paracord Cross Necklace

  1. Nice necklace 🙂 I learn a lot of stuff from Youtube about paracord projects. I just found a video on making a keychain cross with a fero rod incorporated into it.

    • thanks for the comments, Thomas. I’m also working on a project for sunglasses holders. I hope to post that in the near future. So many interesting projects you can learn about on Youtube and other websites.

  2. Neat blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere? A theme like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog shine. Please let me know where you got your theme. Thanks

  3. Pingback: How To Make A Paracord Dog Collar | Trails of Life

  4. Reblogged this on 52 Sundays and commented:
    I made this Paracord Cross Necklace for my grandson Lincoln. Thanks goes to Scott at Trails of Life who posted how to make this. If you haven’t checked out his blog yet you should, he consistently has great posts.

  5. Thanks for posting this. I know it was a while ago, but I’m glad I found it. I made one for my grandson and he loves it. Had to reblog this! Jay

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