Cord Wrap DIY
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Keeping track of technology chargers and cords can be a constant battle. Our Friendship Bracelet Cord Wrap project will help you keep an eye on yours while brightening up your technology. Put those old school friendship bracelet skills to new use!
For kiddos with some basic friendship bracelet making skills, wrap a few colors around the cord and the other embroidery thread to move away from the plug. Then start to wrap the cord using a basic figure 4 knot. This will make a classic “staircase” pattern as you repeat the knots.
If your child isn’t quite at the knot making stage, you can also simply help them wind one color of thread around the cord. As you change colors, the new wrap will secure the previous one.
If you get to the bottom of the embroidery thread and still have cord you’d like to cover, secure more embroidery thread on by just wrapping over it and continuing. When you are done covering the amount of cord you’d like, simply tie the embroidery thread to the cord with another knot. Again, you can add a dab of glue if you like.