If you are having trouble figuring out how much paracord you need for your bracelet or you have scraps that you feel are too long to throw away nut are too short to do anything with, this is the video you need. This video has some formulas on how much paracord you need for a few of the basic bracelet weaves.
This is a good video on making char cloth which is used to help start a fire. Char cloth is a good thing to keep in your survival bag as it is light weight and doesn't take up that much room. Use it with your preferred fire starting tools and you have your survival fire.
This survival kit has about everything one needs in a basic kit without being overly bulky which makes it easy to cary and use in a survival situation. Throw in a high calorie food bar for a good food source as well just in case.
The button knot is a good knot for finishing off a lot of paracord projects. A good expample of when to use a button knot is in a paracord bracelet, just slip the button knot into the loop at the other end to secure it around your wrist.
This lanyard is made using 2 different types of knots which makes it a little bit different for other lanyard tutorials. The first know it a barnacle knot which give you the loop at the top and the second is the cobra knot which brings this lanyard all together.
Here is another very useful idea for 550 Paracord, the fix for that extra part of the strap that hangs and flops around on many carry bags and backpacks. This shows how you can use a piece of paracord to fix that annoying problem of the flappy strap.