Hemp Jewelry Making – Getting Started

by Karen on December 17, 2009

Hemp Jewelry Bracelet

Hemp Jewelry Bracelet

Hemp jewelry is just as popular today as it was in the sixties. It is easy to make and is a great gift for your friends and family. Projects can also be taken along with you making it a great past time while on a road trip or sitting in a waiting room. While the most common pieces are made with the signature natural tan color, you can also be creative using one or more colors of hemp twine that has been died. You can make hemp jewelry with just the twine or you can incorporate beads, shells, or stones. With a number of knotting techniques you can easily create a one of a kind piece that will be admired by your friends. Click on “Click to continue” for links to sites with instructions on how to get started making hemp jewelry.

This site has some excellent step by step instructions for making hemp jewelry http://www.beadage.net/hemp/index.shtml

The following link includes videos to various techniques on how to make hemp jewelry http://www.ehow.com/videos-on_5226_make-hemp-jewelry.html

Here is a cool Squidoo Lens which includes incorporation of glass muchroom beads into a hemp necklace http://www.squidoo.com/mushroom_necklace

Here is another good link with instructions on how to make a hemp jewelry necklace http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Hemp-Necklace

Have fun getting started with making your own hemp jewelry!

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