Drinking Straw Weaving?

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To weave straws, you need to determine the length and width of the straw then tape the end of the warp yarn to the straw with transparent tape to keep it from sliding out of the straw while weaving. Start by weaving the weft yarn over and under the individual straws then tie all the warp strands together in a loose overhand knot to create a uniform look.
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How to Weave on Drinking Straws
Weaving with yarn on drinking straws is a simple way for kids to create soft woven belts, headbands or bracelets. The drinking straws provide a functional, temporary loom to hold the vertical, or warp threads, and create a stable platform to weave the... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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