paracord watchband earlier today, following JD's(TIAT)YouTube video tutorial for the pattern.
I tied the watchband with a 5/8" side release buckle, instead of knot and loop closure, and used a single strand of olive drab paracord of around 9 feet for a finished 8.5" long band.
My Timex Reef Gear watch continues to be a great platform for tying paracord watchbands and it's proven to be a reliable timepiece for over 12 years now.
I think I'll also try to tying a 'Beanstalk Bar' as a lanyard or fob for my fixed blade Kershaw Field Knife, to aid in retrieval from the sheath and grip retention in hand...
And shown done with a leftover two foot length of paracord for a 2" long fob, with the ends tucked back under the knot work on one side to finish.