This clever paracord macrame tutorial is by Bettina Schlezak.  A feminine design rather than the usual masculine or unisex look. The knotting part is easy and fast because the paracord is so thick.  The two base cords remain the same but the cord color of each flower are changed.

If you scroll right down to towards the end, you can see how the ends of the colored cords are tucked in, bound up in pairs before being cut. You could seal the ends with some glue so they do not fray.

The metal flower centers intrigued me. They are not beads but had some kind of brooch attachment at the end.  Has anyone come across findings like this? 

I suggest using shank buttons and some wiring to secure to the base wires.

Don't like the thick paracord?  By all means experiment with finer cords like rat tail.

This Swiss tutorial is not in English. So either use Google Translate or follow my favorite method. For computer users, use the Chrome browser, right click and select translate to EnglishFor mobile device users, use the Chrome app (free) and agree to the translation when asked. 

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