How to Make Hemp Knots?


To make the most common form of a hemp knot, you will need four pieces of hemp. Take the piece that is all the way to the right, and put it over the two middle strands, and under the leftmost strand. Take that leftmost strand and place it under the two middle strands and then up and over the rightmost strand. Then, tighten the knot.
3 Additional Answers
In order for you to make hemp knots, you will need to know what type of knots you would like to make. You should also have a long enough piece of hemp. You can find more info at:
Hemp knots are part of whats required to create Hemp Jewerly. There are two basic knots in hemp jewlery. Each knot is the reverse of the other. One knot if repeated over and over will form a spiral. If you alternate one knot and then the other knot you will get a flat line.
To make a hemp knot, fold both strands of hemp in the middle, one at a time, making a crease at each midpoint. Knot the creased midpoints together, leaving a loop at the end that's about .5 to .75 inch long.
Q&A Related to "How to Make Hemp Knots?"
When you are trying to learn macrame, hemp knots may be one of the knots you will have to use. There are many websites that will show you how to make perfect knots. For more information
1. Cut two, three-foot lengths of hemp from the hemp ball. Place both cords side-by-side and fold in half to form a loop. Hold the cord below the loop. 2. Grab the top of the loop
Cut two lengths of hemp cord.Hold the two pieces of hemp together and fold them in half.
Here is one link:…. another:….
Explore this Topic
Making hemp jewelry is a form of macrame. Basically, you knot the hemp in and out of macrame. Hemp is durable and easy to tie - it makes a good material to use. ...
From what I have seen, making a hemp half knot twist can be done by using a hemp tie and twisting your hair. You want to intertwine the hemp tie through the hair ...
If you want to make hemp jewelry, you'll need to know the basic knots. Each uses four lengths of string, and you can alternate the pattern or add beads along the ...
About -  Privacy -  AskEraser  -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback © 2014