Awareness Ribbon

Show support for the disease that affects you most. This is really easy to make and this project can also be coverted to make a little fish. You can also do this project with circle, but it doesn’t work well with other stitches for some reason.


You will need:

  • Two strands of boondoggle, the same length. If you want to make it an awareness ribbon, use the same color or the color and clear.


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Boondoggle Bracelet

I would never wear an actual boondoggle bracelet, it would clash with my Tiffany. So this is deffinatly a simple project. People always think its really cool how the bracelet looks. This can be done with any boondoggle and not just the square, but strting with the square will give you the best results to get the hang of things.



You will need:

  • 2 strands of boondoggle the same size, any color
  • Pushpin


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Supertwist is just big corkscrew, or big twist. The name can explain anything from corkscrew up, as they would all technically be supertwist. Saying supertwist can help you understand the difference between the different projects. Corkscrew is for superbrick while supertwist is for any wall. Keep in mind that the more strands in the project the harder supertwist is, I have you to find out why this is, I think it is due to the abilitiy to pull the strands tight.



You will need:

  • At least 4 strands that are all the same length, any color
  • 1 strand that is longer than the other by at least one half yard per strand.


  • Keyring
  • Something to start the stitch on, such as a pencil.

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As I thought about putting up this video I realized that there are an endless possibility of walls that could be made. I mean as long as you can start the project, there can be a wall of it. So I figured I would make one generalized video on how to create the wall. I would suggest adding two colors at a time to develop a skill for the project. If you’re pretty advanced you can just skip right to the big stuff, like the 10 color wall.


You will need:

  • As many strands as you would like, all the same length
  • 1 strand that is half a yard longer for every strand you have in the project.


  • Keyring
  • Popsicle Stick
  • Pencil

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Again this is one of those stitches that I never really made for my collection. There are a ton of projects that stem from this project though, so learning this base is a really good idea. Alot of what I have made have been from this stitch. Once you feel comfortable with this stitch, you will probably be ready to move onto harder projects, it seems to be a turning point of boondoggle goodness.



To make this you will need:

  • 3 strands of boondoggle all the same length (any colors)
  • 1 strand of boondoggle 1.5 times the length of the others.


  • Keyring

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The brick stitch is simply two square stitches next to each other. I don’t even think I have one in my collection at all. I never took to this stitch as I wanted something harder, and it never seemed hard. But this is a great basic stitch for the tons of other projects out there.



You will need:

  • 2 strands of boondoggle, all the same length. (any colors you want)
  • 1 strand of boondoggle about a foot longer than the others.


  • Keyring

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As your projects get bigger and bigger, this becomes one of the coolest looking of them all. Sometimes you might want to set it up so there’s four different colors or only use two. No matter which colors you choose this is going to be an awesome project.


To make this you will need:

  • 3 strands of boondoggle all the same length. (your color choices do not matter)
  • one strand of boondoggle that is at least 1.5 times the length of the 3


  • Keyring


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Circular Boondoggle

These start off simple, but then as you add more strands in you get GIANOURMOUS boondoggle projects. They hurt too when you get hit by one. My 6×6 seems to be missing but the 7×7 is pretty impressive. Mastering these will give you some serious boondoggle rap.


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(Each number represents the number of strands in each side.)

I show these boondoggle projects:

  • 2×2
  • 3×3
  • 4×4
  • 5×5
  • 7×7

Boondoggle With Holes


So these projects all seem to have holes in them. Making boondoggle that has holes in it is pretty easy and is the one thing that really sets awesome boondogglers apart from the mediocre ones. Learning create these divided projects are some of the basic skills needed to create the boondoggle masterpieces.


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Boondoggle projects I show:

  • Chain
  • Chain-Link Stitch
  • Superbrick Separation
  • Wall Separation
  • Wall with Twist Separation
  • Wall with Two Brick and Corkscrew
  • Wall with Square
  • Tornado Separation
  • Heart
  • Wall with Windows