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Unless you’re in Scouting, you’ve probably never heard the term woggle. I know I didn’t until we signed our son up for Cub Scouts. Early Scouts tied a knot in their neckerchief to fasten it around their neck. Americans experimented with various materials - bone, rope & wood to make a ring that would hold the neckerchief in place. Bill Shankley, a young Scout, became aware of the American rings and created something similar out of thin leather cord, which he plaited into a neat ring and called it a Woggle. He submitted the design, it was accepted, and is now known as the Woggle throughout the world.

I began fashioning woggles out of various materials and found that natural hemp makes an awesome color compliment to the Boy Scout uniform.

Want one in suede? Check out this listing -

The price is for one woggle, but quantity orders are welcome! Just convo me with your request.

Boy Scout Woggle - Neckerchief Slide


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: hemp, glue
  • Ships worldwide from North Carolina, United States
  • Feedback: 9 reviews
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