The perfect fruitloop straw, as described in this Engadgets post, is made of two strands of cotton and one of bamboo (which you can buy at a craft store, too).
The cotton is attached to the straw using a hook and loop, and then a loop of bamboo is attached and wrapped around the bamboo, which is then wrapped around again to make a whole fruit loop.
You can do this in a variety of ways, from using two or three different bamboo strings, to creating a chain of fruit loops.
The most popular methods of fruitloop stitching are simple.
In fact, the whole idea behind it is that each string is wrapped around a second string and the second string is attached from the first string to the other.
However, there are also a few more complicated ways to do it, so it’s important to check the instructions for each method before attempting it yourself.
The method I use for the above fruitloop is to make this with cotton and bamboo, but if you have the time, you can make this using just cotton and a straw.
The process is pretty simple, but there are a few things to keep in mind.
First, it’s best to get your materials right before beginning, so make sure you have cotton and some bamboo, as well as your yarn and thread.
Second, make sure to wash the yarn and threads well before using them.
If you’re using bamboo, you may want to add a few drops of glue or a piece of string to your bamboo, to keep it from stretching.
Lastly, the cotton and the bamboo must be tied to a regular, sturdy piece of bamboo, so that they won’t fray or break as they dry.
That being said, you could use any kind of bamboo you want, and you can even use a regular bamboo to make fruitloop.
This is how it looks from the top:As you can see, the first bamboo string is tied to the bamboo (you can see the bamboo in the middle), and then the second bamboo string attached to a second bamboo (this one is shown below).
After tying the two strings, the bamboo is wrapped in a little bit of cotton, which helps keep it together.
You’ll also want to make sure the bamboo doesn’t fray as it dries, as that can cause the strings to unravel.
Finally, you need to put a lot of water in between the two bamboo strings to make them stretch, so you can hold the straw in place while you attach the second strand to the first.
The ends of the bamboo strings are then tied around the straw to form a loop, which the second cotton is wrapped into.
Now you have a neat little loop.
The second cotton, bamboo and bamboo loop are all tied together.
Now it’s time to make something more decorative.
You could simply hang the loop on a string, but I prefer to tie a rope to the loop first, and hang it in the yard or yardwork area.
I’ve included some photos below, so I hope you can pick up on the design.
I used a piece from my garden (with a few pieces of bamboo and cotton tied together to create a rope loop), so I used that as a starting point.
The next step is to wrap the loop in a bamboo strip, and tie a piece around the loop to make an umbrella.
I chose a bamboo stem, because it’s the easiest and most versatile way to make your fruit loop, but you could also try using a piece or two of string.
I ended up using a bamboo string, because I was able to make several fruit loops using this one.
The end result is a lovely and sturdy umbrella.
The straw is attached with a rope that connects to a piece on the bottom of the tree, and it’s then wrapped in the same bamboo string.
The bamboo is then tied in a similar fashion to the previous bamboo, and wrapped in bamboo to form the final fruit loop (again, pictured below).
The straw was attached with the bamboo string and wrapped into the same loop, so the straw was also attached to both the bamboo and the straw, but this time I was attaching the straw directly to the tree instead of using a separate piece of rope.
Now the fruit loop is complete.
The next step was to attach the fruitloop to the top of the fruit tree.
This was done using a loop that I made in a previous article, so this was easy enough.
The first piece of the rope was wrapped in cotton, and the rest of the piece was wrapped around it, and tied in the manner shown above.
Finally you attach one end of the cotton to the middle of the straw (this is shown here), and the other end to the next bamboo string (which is shown next to it).
Finally, the last bamboo string was tied into the last of the loops (this was shown here) to complete the fruit loops, as shown below.
This photo shows the final product.
The last bamboo loop