Such a fun and clever idea! I love this! And the finished knitting looks great too! You could use it as a belt, scarf or even a handle on a lightweight bag. You don’t need any knitting skill, a lovely way play with kids, and kids would enjoy learning how to knit with straws too. […]
My 4th graders loved this lesson, and it was a great brain break during testing weeks. Finished weavings can be worn as bracelets, used as bookmarks, or any other creative thing you choose. I followed the steps given in this website - http://www.designdazzle.com/2014/06/straw-weaving-bracelets/ - it comes with great photo steps which I projected on my whiteboard to guide the process. I made my straws and yarn slightly larger - 6 and 12" - because my kids were a little older than the ones in…
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MeAndMyTea #CollectiveBias The sunny warm days of summer bring memories of fun kids crafts and fresh brewed iced tea. With that in mind, I sat down this week and created an easy bracelet using the technique of s
Straw weaving is such a fun craft idea! It's a great summer craft for camps and an awesome craft for kids or tweens. You can weave bracelets, necklaces, headbands and even belts. Wouldn't they make awesome friendship bracelets!? This method of weaving is easy to learn and it's lots of fun!