Welcome to the Hobby Lobby Creative Studio!
I’m Kaley and today we’re going to share projects made by using paracord. You know
it’s pretty popular these days, and for a good reason: There’s so much you can do
with it! Like these bracelets. They were a cinch to make. Or you could update a basic
pair of flip-flops. I like using paracord on items that are unexpected, like this pillow
or wall hanging. And that’s just the start! Let me show you
some other projects you can make by using paracord.
When’s there’s not enough counter or bookshelf space to go around, why not hang your plants
instead? With these some extra-long strands of paracord and a few other supplies, you
can create you own modern macrame. Don’t know how to tie these fancy knots? Learn how in
our project sheet below. Guess what time it is? You won’t have to with
this fun project! Whether you’ve found a new watch face or need to replace the band on
your favorite time piece, all you need is a couple colors of paracord and a simple fastner.
Then, of course, you’ll want to learn the switchback knot, which we teach you in our
project sheet. After a full day of crafting, relax with a
cool drink and a paracord coaster to set it on. Just spiral your trusty paracord around
itself, gluing as you go. Keep wrapping it around until it’s just the right size, cut
it from spool, and adhere the whole thing to a cork coaster for added durability. Learn
how in our project sheet below or by watching our coordinating videos.
Who knew paracord could be so versatile? Not only can you knot it and twist it, but you
can crochet it, too! That’s how we made this adorable water bottle holder. For more instructions on how to use paracord,
be sure to watch our other videos and click on the project sheet link below. Have fun,
and I’ll see you next time here at the Hobby Lobby Creative Studio!