Stuff to do while the tv is on

I found a braiding wheel at a craft store last week, so I’ve been making these. I had some mason’s twine and some hemp and cotton, but now I seem to  have less. Now I’m wondering what to do with the results?

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12 Responses to Stuff to do while the tv is on

  1. kimkiminy says:

    You never know when you’ll need some good braided twine. Maybe dog collars?

  2. Once upon a type I knew how to make these by hand… gesh… Make a “new” trend and give them as bracelets to kids. We wore them in god know what colours.

  3. akamonsoon says:

    I’d say bracelets or plant hangers.

  4. Jane says:

    I was going to say – but what are you going to do with them now Doug? They look like those friendship bracelets. If you put a little loopy bit on the end girls would probably go mad for them.

  5. hmmm, got ideas but I don’t think I should post ’em publicly. ;D

  6. Freedom Smith says:

    They would be awesome, knotted at each end and wrapped around a gift. The person receiving the gift would also get the braided rope. I have seen them used in many way, with beading, in jewelry, braiding several together for a bracelet for a guy, and many other neat things. You could make key chains for Christmas presents.

  7. LBeeeze says:

    I vote for the friendship bracelets for the mad girls.

    Heehee.

  8. Lakshmi says:

    Glue them on handmade Christmas cards.
    Hang them from the Christmas Tree.
    Wrap them around gifts instead of ribbons and bows.
    Hair-bands for little girls.
    Belts for girls, the brown ones can go to boys.
    Coil them into table mats
    Weave them into bags
    Use them as hangers for photos.

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