Rope Tieing and Knots Patch Program®
2″ Embroidered Iron-On Patch.
This 2″ iron-on embroidered patch is part of our patch program®.
Knot tieing can be decorative like macrame or friendship bracelets but it can also be a lifesaving skill to develop. Inexpensive jump ropes tied to the back of a chair can be a good option for practicing your knot tieing.
Suggestions for how younger girls can earn the Rope Tieing and Knots Patch:
- Learn how to tie an overhand knot and a half knot.
- Demonstrate that you can tie your shoes.
- Make something using knots such as a hair bow or fleece tie blanket.
Suggestions for how pre-teens and tweens can earn the Rope Tieing and Knots Patch:
- Learn how to tie 8 basic knots.
- Demonstrate that you can tie a tie.
- Make something using knots such as a friendship bracelet or a macrame plant hanger.
Suggestions for how teens can earn the Rope Tieing and Knots Patch:
- Learn how to coil rope and lash.
- Demonstrate that you can make a bushcraft tripod.
- Make something useful using lashing such as a camping chair or cooking tripod.
Consider using your new skill for community service. Make and donate paracord bracelets.
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