A blog reader sent me a link to some hemp knot work and asked if I was familiar with it. It was one of those done with a weaving method(figure 8 with one cord around 2 core strands).
Here I've made an example of one with paracord and a side release buckle. I used a short piece of orange paracord for the core strands and looping onto the buckle ends(about a 2 ft) and figuring the wrist size then making one square knot/cobra stitch to lock the size down. And then I used green paracord to do the weaving around the core strands(about 6 ft).
I didn't take my time with this, so the start/finish may need some tweaking and if done in the same color, you don't notice the buckle connections.
Here's a couple of links to photos, from a previous blog post, showing the weaving method done loose and tightened. You can vary the amount of tension and how tight you knot/weave the cord, as you can when you make various types of paracord bracelets, but you need to do it the same way throughout, start to finish, to keep a uniform look from one end to the other.
Shown with a few other paracord bracelet variations for a size comparison.
(*added 4/1/2009) Ken made a great slide show tutorial on the Instructables website for this method of weaving a paracord bracelet. If the slides are going too fast, just use the pause button and you can stop it and view each photo and move back/forth as needed to follow the tutorial.