The Genoese Zipper Sinnet (GZS) is, in my humble opinion, the most beautiful of any braid that can be made. I saw a photo of this type of bracelet and fell in love with it - it became one of those I HAD to learn to make. The GZS is unique combination of the Genoese sinnet and the Zipper sinnet. It's clean lines both the center braid and the rope twisted edges is unmatched. The item in the photo uses about 8 feet each of slate blue and silver grey paracord.
Thanks to JD of Tying It All Together for demonstrating the technique for this braid.
|Paracord||100% Made in U.S.A. 550, Type-III paracord|
|Buckles||1/2 Inch, contoured, black plastic side-release|
These bracelets are not adjustable so it’s very important that the wrist measurement you supply at checkout is accurate or your paracord bracelet will not fit properly - too tight or too loose.
NOTE: If you don’t have a measuring tape as shown in the photo below don’t panic. You can use a string – wrap it around your wrist as you would the tape measure and mark it with a pencil or pen. Measure the distance from the end of the string to the mark and that will be your wrist size. You CAN us a metal tape measure to measure on the string.