Use standard craft or kitchen scissors to cut through the rope.Ablestock.com/AbleStock.com/Getty Images
Cut the rope to size, but allow double the required length for the bugle braid as it will reduce the total length of the rope.
- 2). Lay the piece of string horizontally onto your work desk.
Pull the rope with the same amount of pressure while braiding to create a neat and even bugle braid.Hemera Technologies/AbleStock.com/Getty Images
Make a 1-inch loop on the left-hand end of the rope. Fold another loop in front of the original loop. Pull the new loop underneath and through the middle of the original loop and place the new loop to the right-hand side of the original loop. Make a new loop in front of the second loop, pull this loop underneath and through the center of the second loop, and position it to the right of the loop. Repeat this technique until the entire length of rope is braided.
- 4). Insert the end piece of rope through the last loop, and pull it tightly to secure the braid in place and prevent it from unraveling.
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