Lattice Lacing

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Introduction: Lattice Lacing

About: Hey, my name is Jason. A little bit about myself is that well, I love photography, cooking/baking, creating, etc. About myself physically, I'm a male, I'm 5'7", Brunet. Personality wise, I'm usually…

This is a tutorial on how to Lattice Lace your shoes from 

www.fieggen.com/shoelace/index.htm

Step 1: What You Need

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Step 2: String

Put the laces evenly under both eyelets.

Step 3: String

take the string in the last eyelet on the right and put it in the forth on the left.

Step 4: String

Put that same string under to the next eyelet and over to the second on on the right.

Step 5: String

Take that same string and go up one now on the right. go across to the next top one on the left.

Step 6: Repeat

Repeat what you did for the other string now on the left side.

Step 7: COMPLETEO

You're now Complete!!

If you would like to join my converse group, the link is:

https://www.instructables.com/group/converselovers/


Thanks!

2 People Made This Project!

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40 Comments

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chunkylight
chunkylight

11 years ago on Step 7

I <3 this just did it with my neon green converse! :D

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Guiseppette Kano-Benes
Guiseppette Kano-Benes

Reply 4 months ago

omg I have brown ones with a green converse star and green on the back

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DS91
DS91

Question 3 years ago on Introduction

Is there a way to achieve a similar look on a shoe that only has 5 eyelets?

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LayelP
LayelP

Answer 3 years ago

i say instead of three crosses do two

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Dsanders2014
Dsanders2014

9 years ago on Introduction

this is a good one but it looks a lot cooler if you weave the laces through each other

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rnorman3
rnorman3

10 years ago on Step 5

How would this work on High Tops? Could you make a 8-hole version? Or an 11-hole version?

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08motooley
08motooley

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

i found a way of doing it for hightops but it skips one hole

if you thread it through the 5th hole in the first step then carry on in the manner described in the instructable then it works

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mrmath
mrmath

12 years ago on Introduction

What's a "now Complete(O)", and why is it mine?

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J@50n
J@50n

Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

Just because COMPLETEO is a cool word i made up! what is urs?

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mrmath
mrmath

Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

I'm sorry. I was making a joke about your comment "Your now Complete(O)". Your --> Something belonging to you You're --> Short for You Are. Should have been "You're now Complete(O)". Kind of a pet peeve of mine.

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J@50n
J@50n

Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

o lol. hey what ever makes my instructable better right!

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Mystickinsect
Mystickinsect

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

hey starburst552 i love this!
my friends think my shoes are so cool and they have even asked me to do theirs.
thanx heaps

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rockadio101
rockadio101

11 years ago on Step 7

kewl i just did this on my now sick adio kicks!!!!!!

This is hands down my favorite way to lace my converse. I did the exact same thing you did but I wove the laces kinda like you weave strings to make a pot holder. I find it makes the shoe tighter and grip on better. :)

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J@50n
J@50n

Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

good idea, post a pic?

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J@50n
J@50n

Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

they look cool, you could still extend it maybe up the top? or does it not work?