Para-Thanks

Posted by Lauri on Nov 18th 2016

Paracord Thanksgiving

Ahhhh Thanksgiving. A time to think and reflect upon what you're thankful for, spend time with family, and eat until you can't fit anything else in your stomach.

Another nice aspect of Thanksgiving is (if you're lucky) having the day off work and relaxing.
Question: during that downtime what is the best thing to be doing?
Answer: crafting with paracord! 

Here are 3 projects you can work on.

#1 Pot Holder

Turk's Head

All those casseroles are going to need to sit on something so it doesn't ruin the table. What better thing than a home-made paracord pot holder? This tutorial will show you how to make a  paracord Turk's Head coaster. The pot holder is done the exact same way, you just need to make more passes to make the coaster bigger. The turks head on the left is a 4 pass and the size of a coaster, the Turk's Head on the right is a 6 pass and the size of a pot holder.

#2 Light Up Paracord

Light Up Paracord

Light Up Paracord is a really fun thing to decorate the house with, craft with, or play games with.They can be made into fun designs, woven into decor, or use them to make new paracord projects. The options are endless. Click here to see all the Light Up Paracord we have.

#3 Easy Bracelet for Kids

This is a cute, fun, and easy tutorial for the kiddos to learn and occupy some of their time. It's the entire bracelet is a simple cobra weave that is folded in half. The kids can also mix and match their halves of their Infinity Bracelet.

What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comment section below or on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Instagram.

Paracord Love, Lauri