Lariat Rope Projects

by Melissa Sherrard
Lariat ropes, more commonly known as lassos, are a great material to create a wide variety of western crafts and decorations. Available in natural colors ranging from light brown to greenish-gray, lariat ropes can be washed and dyed to match almost any color. So when you're ready to make a western-i...
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    Should use some of the dark brown and green rope that Josh ha sfor something...maybe hang pictures of him across it using clothespins? Or just use it for decorating the food table

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