DIY Weaving with Drinking Straws 2 Tutorials. Skinny = 3 straws, Wider = 15 straws. Even though this is for children of all ages, I had to read the directions twice, but then I got it and it was easy to understand. Good for small projects like bracelets, and great for kids. Tutorial at Home Ed Groups here. *This is now a CLOSED BLOG. 
For 2 other excellent drinking straw tutorials:
Dollar Store Crafts here.
The best and easiest way to learn this is to watch the video at Kid at Art here.

DIY Weaving with Drinking Straws 2 Tutorials. Skinny = 3 straws, Wider = 15 straws. Even though this is for children of all ages, I had to read the directions twice, but then I got it and it was easy to understand. Good for small projects like bracelets, and great for kids. Tutorial at Home Ed Groups here. *This is now a CLOSED BLOG

For 2 other excellent drinking straw tutorials:

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