Step 1: Materials
Tape - Any kind will do if you have enough. I'm using masking tape. This instructable is made for the unexpected event of a broken shoelace, so don't expect masking tape to last longer than a day or two. Plastic tapes are a little more durable, with duct and electrical tape being the most durable.
Shoes - These are what you'll be lacing up.
Step 2: Making the Laces
Congrats! You have one lace. If you only need one, then you're ready for the next step. If you need two, then repeat this step again.
Step 3: Lacing Your Shoes
Start by crossing the bottom two eyelets.
Then criss-cross the two ends through the second set of eyelets coming up though from the inside out. Continue this criss-cross pattern until the last set of holes
Hooray! Your shoes are ready to go!