Paracord Poppy Woggle

Woggles are used by Scouts to hold their neckers (also known as scarves or kneckerchiefs) in place. In each Scout District every group has its own unique necker colours so they can easily be identified.

The woggles are frequently customised for a bit of individuality or to mark important events. Liz Attewell posted on the Facebook group 1st Virtual Scout Group video instructions for making a remembrance poppy woggle using paracord.

You’ll need red, green and black paracord as well as a paracord needle (called a fid) to make life easy for yourself.