Lost? Need to make a lot of noise? Need some cord or fishing line? This survival whistle combines a repaired "Better Whistle" with 5 feet of parachute cord which is woven into a key fob using a 24 mm split ring and the whistle eyelet. The parachute cord is handy to have in a survival situation. The inner filaments can be used for fishing and the cord itself can be used to lash things together. You can also use it just as a key fob.
This is the original whistle:
Here are instructions for weaving the parachute cord:
Start with 60 inches of parachute cord and weave it into a 6 inch fob.
Trim the cord and melt the ends with a lighter to keep the ends from unraveling.
This project is fun and easy to make and is a great way to print something small on a new printer.