Plastic Lace Crafts for Beginners: Groovy Gimp, Super Scoubidou, and Beast Boondoggle (Design Originals) Master the Essential Techniques of Lacing 4-Strand & 6-Strand Key Chains, Bracelets, & More

December 27, 2019 - Comment

Learn all the essential stitches and skills you need to master the colorful art of plastic lacing!17 simple, fun projectsMake zipper pulls, key chains, bracelets, decorations and moreLearn to use both 4-strand and 6-strand lacing techniquesClearly illustrated, so instructions are a cinch to followEasy-to-follow weaving diagrams & colorful photos of the finished projects Whether you

Learn all the essential stitches and skills you need to master the colorful art of plastic lacing!17 simple, fun projectsMake zipper pulls, key chains, bracelets, decorations and moreLearn to use both 4-strand and 6-strand lacing techniquesClearly illustrated, so instructions are a cinch to followEasy-to-follow weaving diagrams & colorful photos of the finished projects

Whether you call it gimp, lanyard, scoubidou, or boondoggle, vinyl craft lace is the perfect activity for home, camp, school or party. And Plastic Lace Crafts for Beginners is the perfect way to get started in this easy-to-learn craft!

This book shows you all of the essential stitches and skills you need to master the art of plastic lacing, with easy-to-follow weaving diagrams and colorful photos of finished projects.

17 simple but fun projects are provided for making cool zipper pulls, key chains, bracelets, decorations and more. Every braid is clearly illustrated, so instructions are a cinch to follow. The projects include imaginative columns, fishtails, ankhs, hearts, and free flow designs, and use fun accents like beads and pom poms.

The authors begin by teaching the fundamental 4-strand technique, then move on to more complicated 6-strand designs.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Only contains very basic designs I would only recommend this if you’ve NEVER done any kind of plastic lace, lanyard, gimp, etc art before, or you completely cannot remember ANY of your camp crafts.The book is very thin, and only teaches about 4 designs (square, round, spiral, and flat/cobra). It also includes how to incorporate beads. I paid about $5 for it, and would have been better serviced by youtube., or asking a 5th grader.I DO remember there were some exotic designs my summer crafters did, but as…

Anonymous says:

A little hard to understand Bought this book and lanyards for a family vacation with niece and nephews ranging from 8 to 14. It had cute lanyard designs but the kiddos could not interpret the directions and illustrations and needed adults to help translate. Even the adults had a hard time.

Anonymous says:

Save Your Money I bought this book to help get started on making lanyards with my grandson, it has been awhile since I made them. I did not find this book useful at all, I had to read and reread the instructions to no avail, even my son and daughter in law found it to be not easy. Definitely not for children if they want to get this book. I finally went on YouTube, and got better instructions to follow.

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