Paracord Lanyard Knot

How to make a lanyard knot: a photo tutorial.

Step 1: form a loop with the working end under the standing end.
Lanyard Knot (1 of 14)

Step 2: take the other end of the cord. To make it easier to understand I used a different color of paracord. Pull the working end of the desert tan paracord under the loop.
Lanyard Knot (2 of 14)

Step 3: Pull the working end of the desert tan paracord over the standing part of the green paracord.
Lanyard Knot (3 of 14)

Step 4: make a bight with the working end of the desert tan paracord and pull it under the working end of the green paracord.
Lanyard Knot (4 of 14)

Step 5: pull the desert tan paracord over the right side of the loop of the green paracord.
Lanyard Knot (5 of 14)

Step 6: pull the working end of the desert tan paracord under it’s own standing part.
Lanyard Knot (6 of 14)

Step 7: continue to pull the working part of the desert tan paracord over the left side of the green paracord loop. You now see a diamond shape in the middle.
Lanyard Knot (7 of 14)

Step 8: with the working end of the green paracord you make a bight to the top and pull it over the standing part of the desert tan paracord.
Lanyard Knot (8 of 14)

Step 9: pull the working end of the green paracord under both loops into the diamond shape.
Lanyard Knot (9 of 14)

Step 10: pull further and make a bight to the right.
Lanyard Knot (10 of 14)

Step 11: take the desert tan paracord and make a bight to the left over the standing part of the green paracord.
Lanyard Knot (11 of 14)

Step 12: pull the desert tan paracord under both loops, trough the diamond shape and make a bight to the left.
Lanyard Knot (12 of 14)

Step 13: tighten everything up.
Lanyard Knot (13 of 14)

Step 14: and we end up with a nicely knotted lanyard knot.
Lanyard Knot (14 of 14)

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