- Save and use for anything you would use string for.
- Store in your travel first aid kit
and use for an
- Use as a covering for your home-made clothes hangers
so you don't snag your clothing.
- Wash. Tie the ends of the curly, stretchable type (that you don't need to
tie), and use as a hair band. (KC)
- Attach one end to your child's mittens and run the other end through the
sleeve of their coat to prevent mitten loss. (KC)
- Use as a ribbon on packages wrapped in homemade wrapping paper. (KC)
- Carry a spare in your purse, car or gym bag in case you break one. (KC)
- Use as an emergency belt for your child. Tie a couple together for an adult
- Use to hand ornaments from the Christmas tree. (KC)
- Braid three or more together to make bracelets. (KC)
- Attach to ceiling fans/lighting fixtures as a pull chain. (KC)
- Use as curtain tie-backs. (KC)
- College students can use to hang dorm room keys around their neck.
- Use to tie plants to a plant support.
- Use to hang a small bird feeder from a tree.
- Use as a replacement drawstring on hoods, sweatpants, etc.
- Keep in camping gear in case rope on tent breaks.
- String nuts and washers through for orderly storage.
- Roll into a coil, secure with glue or thread and use as a coaster or a hot