Paracord Glasses Lanyard
Do you have to remove your glasses often, and are afraid of losing them when you aren't wearing them? Why not keep them around your neck? Paracord is a cheap, extremely durable, multi-use, and stylish material for building and crafting. Which makes it perfect for this project! Keep your sharp shades quick at hand with the Paracord Glasses Lanyard!

Step 1: What You Need

Paracord Glasses Lanyard
• Two 3 foot strands of your favorite color (or 2 colors) paracord.

• Glasses/Sunglasses

• Scissors

• A Lighter

• Hands (If telekinetic, hands not required)


Total average crafting time: about 30 minutes

Step 2: Time To Tie

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Time to talk about knots. I know, it's probably knot what you expected to read about. Heh.

*If for one reason or another my description photos seem confusing, please make sure to let me know so I can rethink my explanation process! Please use caution when burning ends of the paracord. And as always, make sure to stick with it!*

This knot that will be constricting the ends of your glasses is called a Slip Knot. It is easily removable if you choose to, yet really grips even the slickest Turtle Shell.

Tie this knot on both ends of your 3 foot long piece of paracord. After you complete the knots, snip the shorter excess ends to about 1/8 of an inch long and singe the ends to fuse them into the knots. Be careful not to melt them too much!

Step 3: It's A Sinch

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This cobra knot attachment tied around part of the back of the lanyard will slide up and down, making the overall length of the lanyard easily adjustable and comfortable!


Start this knot by placing the other 3 foot piece of paracord underneath the doubled over piece you have attached to your glasses. As shown in the pictures, you will transition between tying each knot in an inverted position every time. You will start to develop a pattern, make sure to keep each knot tight! The overall cobra weave should be roughly 2-3 inches long by the time you come to the end of the paracord.

When you've reached the very end, or your desired length of the weave, again snip the ends to 1/8 of an inch and carefully singe.

Step 4: Hanging Loose

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Now it's time to show off your awesome glasses on your awesome lanyard. I hope this helps anybody in need of having their glasses within quick reach like me! And the best part is that these are detachable, so that you may put your glasses in their protective case, throw the lanyard in your bag, etc.

Happy Tying!
 
 

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