27+ DIY Paracord Knife Lanyard Patterns with Instructions


Paracord Knife Lanyard

Paracord lanyards are used for a variety of useful survival tools. When you have a paracord knife lanyard you can use that piece of cordage to convert your knife into a spear, or a make-shift axe-tool or a machete. When you use it regularly, you will find that attaching a lanyard to your knife provides a variety of safety benefits. A lanyard allows you to attach your knife to virtually anything. You can attach it to your bug out bag, keychain, water bottle, or whatever you want.

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Paracord Knife Lanyard Patterns with Instructions

Paracord Knife Lanyard Patterns with Instructions

Learn How to Make a Paracord Knife Lanyard Tutorials with Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. DIY Paracord Knife Lanyard

    You can use this as a multipurpose lanyard for attaching to a number of different tools, such as knives, cutters, balisong, machetes, or anything else that you don’t want to lose. Keeping cordage attached to your main tool is yet another fantastic survival tactic to integrate para-cord into your EDC.

    Paracord Knife Lanyard

    Paracord Knife Lanyard

     

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  2. Paracord Knife Lanyard Design: Box/Square Knot Lanyard (2 Colors)

    Make a cool paracord square/box lanyard for your Swiss Army Knife following simple instructions in the Video Tutorial. The design is made using 550 black and gecko paracord (you can use other types of cordage).

    Paracord Knife Lanyard Tutorial

    Paracord Knife Lanyard Tutorial

     

  3. Paracord Knife Lanyard Tutorial: Step-by-Step

    A knife lanyard is a great survival tool when out camping or hinting. Make this knife lanyard using 550 paracords of 2 colors. Adding a neon or reflective paracord makes it look appealing.

    Paracord Knife Lanyard Pattern

    Paracord Knife Lanyard Pattern

     

  4. Braided Paracord Knife Lanyard Instructions

    Weaving a simple paracord lanyard for your knife is a quick paracord project. Learn how to braid and tie a diamond knot to make a useful accessory for your tools.

    Make Paracord Knife Lanyard

    Make Paracord Knife Lanyard

     

  5. Knife Paracord Lanyard: Interesting DIY Patterns

    There are a number of different ways to tie a knife lanyard. Some patterns are more creative and fashionable than actually useful. The tutorials will show you three different ways on how to tie basic knife lanyards using 550 paracord (parachute cord).

    Knife Paracord Lanyard

    Knife Paracord Lanyard

     

  6. Make Cool Knife Lanyards with Paracord: Rattle Snake Knot

    Paracord Rattlesnake Knife Lanyard

    Paracord Rattlesnake Knife Lanyard

     

  7. Paracord Knife Wrist Lanyard: Cobra Weave Knot 

    I liked this clean lanyard pattern made using blue camo paracord. The design is minimalistic using a cobra knot and attaching a small hook or carabiner at the end makes it easy to carry and use!

    Paracord Knife Wrist Lanyard

    Paracord Knife Wrist Lanyard

     

  8. How to Tie an Adjustable Knife Lanyard with Paracord

    This tutorial is an example of making an adjustable wrist knife lanyard, using a couple of Celtic Button Knots and a Scaffold Knot. Celtic Button Knots are tied on opposite sides of the loop before the cords go through the center of them!

    Adjustable Paracord Knife Lanyard

    Adjustable Paracord Knife Lanyard

     

  9. Knife Lanyard Ideas: Using Paracord Snake Knot

    Learn how to tie a paracord snake knot and make useful and amazing lanyards for your knife. A snake knot is relatively easy to make and is ideal if you are looking for a decorative lanyard for your knife to make a style statement. Clip it tp your pockets or bags and go stylish!

    Paracord Knife Lanyard DIY

    Paracord Knife Lanyard DIY

     

  10. Pocket Knife Lanyard Paracord: Using a Gaucho Knot

    A simple tutorial by Stormdrane explaining how to tie a Gaucho knot with gutted paracord and make cool lanyards for your EDC pocket knife. You can add beads or skulls to the lanyard to give it a quirky look.