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Indulge your inner hippie with these environmentally friendly, very cool, beaded hemp bracelets.

Step 1: Reduce the twine
Reduce a single strand of twine about six instances longer than the length you want your bracelet to be. Then reduce a second strand twice the length of the initial strand. Fold every strand at its midpoint and make a knot about 1/two-inch from the best. Hold the knot in location with a heavy object.

All-natural colored hemp twine, normally 20-pound weight, is sold at craft and bead retailers.

Step two: Commence knotting
Arrange the four twine pieces so that the two shortest strands are collectively in the middle, with a single longer strand on every side. Take the proper outer strand and pull it 45 degrees away from the middle strands. Then location the proper strand on best of the middle strands and pass it by way of beneath the outer left strand, so that it appears like the quantity four. This is known as an overhand knot.

Step three: Continue the knots
Take the left outer strand and loop it beneath the middle strands, pulling it by way of the figure four. Then pull the outer strands to tighten. Alternate knotting every side to kind the bracelet.

Step four: Add beads
Thread a bead onto the two middle strands, and then knot about the bead applying the figure four overhand knot. Make two to three extra knots prior to adding one more bead. The quantity of beads you are going to be in a position to incorporate into the bracelet will differ according to bead size and bracelet length.

Step five: Finish the bracelet
Continue knotting and adding beads till you attain your preferred length. Then tie the four strands collectively with a single knot. Wrap the bracelet about your wrist and fasten it by threading the finish strands by way of the loop. Very carefully trim away any excess twine from the 4 finish strands. Peace out!

Did You Know?
American presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson each grew hemp.