What can you do with craft lace?
Plastic lacing crafts have been around for a long time, with names as colorful as their plastic pieces. One or two (or four, or eight) strands of flexible lacing can be twisted, braided, and tied into jewelry, keychains, zipper pulls and more.
What is plastic lacing used for?
Ignite your kid’s imagination with plastic lacing from Creatology. Each spool of lacing gives you 100 yards of crafting fun so your child can create bracelets, key chains, necklaces and more. This lacing is perfect for camp activities, school projects, craft parties and more.
What do you call those plastic string braiding crafts?
Scoubidou (Craftlace, scoobies) is a knotting craft, originally aimed at children.
How do you make a boondoggle?
How to Start a Boondoggle Keychain:
- Place them like a plus sign.
- Take the lace that is resting on the bottom of the plus and loop the top lace down and the bottom lace up.
- Next take the lace from each side, weave the lace over the blue lace and then under the second blue lace.
How do you finish a scoobie loop?
If you just cross your strings and than tie a first knot, pull not tight and pull the other string at the back into a loop. Tie a second knot and the loop is fixed. At the end of the work you want your strands to stay in place. With the plastic strands sold for scoubidou you only have to pull the last knot extra tight.