Rope Tieing and Knots Patch Program®

2″ Embroidered Iron-On Patch.

MakingFriends Patch Program®

This 2″ iron-on embroidered patch is part of our patch program®.

Girl Scout Rope Tieing and Knots Patch

 

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:

  1. Learn how to tie an overhand knot and a half knot.
  2. Demonstrate that you can tie your shoes.
  3. 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:

  1. Learn how to tie 8 basic knots.
  2. Demonstrate that you can tie a tie.
  3. 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:

  1. Learn how to coil rope and lash.
  2. Demonstrate that you can make a bushcraft tripod.
  3. Make something useful using lashing such as a camping chair or cooking tripod.

Fun Patches for Girl Scouts

Consider using your new skill for community service. Make and donate paracord bracelets.

 

 

 

Troop 64651 of Westminster MA, learning knots as part of Junior* Camping badge. Younger girls earned a Knot Tying patch.

 

 

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