Simply Braided Jute Curtain Tiebacks

15 Minutes
Personalize your room by creating simple curtain tiebacks. These are very budget friendly, easy to put on/off, and give a great coastal vibe. I chose jute instead of sisal, as this has a softer feel and is more flexible to work with.
We'll start off the process with a picture of the finished tieback.
Measure out the length of the jute. Then use a twist tie to group together three strands of jute. Start braiding.
Here is the tieback with a braid started.
Finished braid segment.
Steps to take for whipping the ends of the braids to avoid unraveling. Simple and easy as tying your shoes.
Another view of the tieback on the curtain.
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