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Can you make instructional videos using paracord?


Mr Paracord is looking for a crafty enthusiast to helps us create knotting videos to help out other paracord designers. 

This is a paid gig!

You will have to record yourself making bracelets, necklaces and so many other paracord goodies! You don’t need to show your face, all you have to do is be good at knotting paracord and coming up with clear easy video tutorials.

We'll provide the knots/designs for you to make. They will be existing designs, but you're welcome to recommend new ones as well.

All in all, this is a simple and fun job for a true paracord veteran.

Please email support@mrparacord.com with “Mr Paracord Video” in the subject line. 


  • How long you have been doing paracord projects
  • Where you are located
  • If you have camera equipment
  • Any samples videos that you have done (not a requirement, but highly recommended)

We can’t wait!

Slatt's paracord bracelet

Following the link below, you'll find a tutorial for the bracelet above which uses the same technique as the Slatt's rescue belts. The benefits of making this bracelet are that you can simply weave it without having to use a jig and it's easily undone giving you plenty of cord for survival situations. You can [...]

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Paracord ninja turtle

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Chainmail conquistador

What a manly bracelet! Following the link below, you can see that all you need is learn how to make a conquistador bracelet (if you haven't already) and just have the appropriate supplies to add on the aluminum chainmail rings. Paracord Guild also provides a link to a pictorial on how to make a conquistador, so once you check out our wide [...]

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Stitched solomon

We are pretty sure that you already know how to do the solomon weave; however, it doesn't hurt to stitch it up a bit to make it look nicer! Following the link below, you can see step by step an interesting stitching technique! Even though the text on the page is not English, all the [...]

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Double monkey fist bookmark

Whether you need it for J.D. Lenzen's (TIAT) new book on his amazing work or for your children's school books, or maybe you just want a challenge, you need to give this double monkey fist bookmark a try!The steps to making it are very simple, it just a little bit of calculation work to leave [...]

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Paracord Bike Frame Handle

Love paracord projects and love staying in shape? This project was made for you! Following the link below, you can make your own paracord bike frame handle. The pictorial shows in great detail the tools you will need and the steps to creating this handle. Knot away and ride safely!http://bit.ly/1poEHku

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How to Make the Badlands Bar Bracelet?

Thinking of trying a new bracelet design? Well you've come to the right place! J.D. Lenzen from TIAT posted a new tutorial (below) with very simple steps to tying the Barlands Bar bracelet from the above image. The bracelet allows for the use of 2 colors and would look great on different sizes wrists. Give [...]

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Aluminum Chair Makeover

Are you one of those people who just love to redecorate their house every now and then? Are you someone who can't let go of vintage things you find in your garage? Do you like giving things in your house makeovers?Well if you are any of those, this project is definitely for you! The tutorial [...]

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How to Make a Glerá River Bar Bracelet?

If you are looking for a tutorial on the Glera River Bar bracelet, you're in the right place :) TIAT's J.D. Lenzen left a tutorial to work on while he's in Iceland. Get your paracord ready and start tying :)

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