DIY Crafts Hemp Twine from Hemptique

Published on October 30th, 2013 | by Becky Striepe

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Hemp Craft Supplies from Hemptique: Review and Giveaway!

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Hemp Twine from Hemptique

The awesome folks at Hemptique sent me some of their sustainable hemp products to craft with, and they’re generously offering up a prize pack to one Crafting a Green World reader!

David from Hemptique and I had a great conversation about sustainable crafting and which products you guys would be most excited about. What we settled on was a rainbow selection of their beautiful cording, including some metallic cording! Who says that eco-crafting is all about earth tones?

We’ve got giveaway deets below along with a review of Hemptique’s sustainable craft supplies.

Hemp Products from Hemptique

David at Hemptique also sent me a box of their goodies to play with. My box had:

  • a sample cards of their sustainable cord
  • a full spool of their black and silver cord
  • 8 feet of their webbing

Everything is just beautiful, and I am in love with this metallic cord! I think that I’m going to use it to wrap my holiday gifts this year. I use the brown paper from Amazon packages as giftwrap, and this cord will really jazz up my holiday gifts!

Metallic Hemp Twine

What I was most excited about, though, was the webbing. I have made a lot of tote bags, you guys, and finding webbing that’s eco-friendly is basically impossible. Sure, you can make your own straps, but sometimes you want the simple, sturdy look of webbing straps.

Most webbing you find at the fabric story is polyester (aka toxic plastic) or made from dirty conventional cotton. When I saw that they offered a more sustainable alternative to conventional webbing, I knew that I wanted some to use in a tutorial. Look out for that coming on Saturday!

The webbing was a joy to work with, and it behaved just like any other webbing but without the green guilt. I love the hemp and bamboo cord options they sent, too! The hemp cord is more rigid, so it would work well for packaging or making jewelry. The bamboo is soft but strong, and I could see their bamboo twine replacing conventional baker’s twine made from dirty cotton.

Giveaway Details

This giveaway will run until midnight EST on Tuesday, November 5th. Here’s a photo of the prize pack from Hemptique:

Hemp Cord from Hemptique

To enter, just leave a comment letting us know how you’d use your Hemptique prize pack. You can also get some extra entries for following Hemptique and Crafting a Green World! Enter the giveaway through Rafflecopter right here:

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About the Author

My name is Becky Striepe (rhymes with “sleepy”), and I am a crafts and food writer from Atlanta, Georgia with a passion for making our planet a healthier, happier, and more compassionate place to live. My mission is to make vegan food and crafts accessible to everyone!. If you like my work, you can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, and .



  • Charissa Struble

    I would use the hemp cording in the mixed media craft projects I make. I think it would be perfect for keeping the file folder journals I make together as a closure. I could even tie little charms off the end of it.

  • Katie

    I would use it for macrame jewelry. A few cool beads would look good with this!

  • http://www.ecokaren.com karen

    I love hemp! I’d use the cord to package my items in my Etsy shop!

  • http://www.EatWriteDreamStitch.blogspot.com Sandy Johnson

    I would use it to make cards this season and some beaded projects.

  • http://lavieengreen.com Elodie

    Hemp lover here <3 I use it with gifts so I don't need tape, and also to braid kids' bracelets!

  • http://condoblues.com Condo Blues

    I use hemp wicks in my soy candles. I’d use the cord for a couching (type of embroidery) project.

  • Molly

    I love hemp products, it would be fun to get my hands on some of this to give it a try!

  • carrie

    I’d use this for a few holiday banners / buntings, both for myself and gifts.

  • mary anne

    I’ve been wanting to try to “wrap” parts of a chair. Think this would be perfect!

  • http://gillianpearce.com Gillian Pearce

    I would use the hemp cord to string a whole variety of bunting I’m experimenting with from vintage maps to upcycled game pieces.

  • Carmen Lucero

    I think I would use this hemp cord to make jewelry as well as greeting cards – love that it comes in some any different colors! Thanks for the chance to try it out!

    Carmen L

  • http://www.mklawrie.com Mary L.

    Ooh, I really like that metallic black and silver cord! I would love to try knitting or crocheting the hemp cord.

  • https://www.etsy.com/shop/PinkScissorsDesign Deborah

    I would use the cord as hangers with the Jesse Tree Ornaments I make for Advent. Follow this link to see pictures: http://etsy.me/1gGUUAZ

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign@ gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

  • yuki

    I would use them to wrap christmas gifts. I made cute little boxes with old tissue boxes that don’t need any covering, but I don’t know what to use to “close” them.

    Sorry for my English.

  • susie doucet

    I would use them for tags for christmas! Thanks for the chance, Susie.

  • Bree

    I would share them with my daughter to make friendship bracelets.

  • http://homespunluxe.com Chelsea Duncan

    I would use the cording for packaging my handmade soaps. I’ve also been dying to try Kumihimo braid-making and I think this would be the perfect material.

  • Jane

    I would use them to wrap presents :)

  • Cynthia

    I would make some jewelry with it! Cool stuff!

  • linda

    would totally make knotted jewelry with it

  • http://www.first-things-first.net Marsha

    I would use it to make bookmarks (as gifts) with my daughter.

  • http://korijock.com/ Kori

    Oh! What fun. I’d also use the hemp cord to package holiday gifts, and I’d use it to make some garland along with old Christmas cards.

  • http://healthyhomemagazine.com Erin N

    I like the idea of using the cord for hanging ornaments. We also have a ribbon around our living room to hang kids’ art projects from. It’s old and not very pretty. I’d love to replace it with this!

  • http://www.eco-novice.com/ Betsy (Eco-novice)

    Wrap gifts. Use as thick thread for my kids “sewing.” Hanging ornaments. Popcorn string for tree. Necklaces with my kids. I’m sure my kids could come up with a few more ideas. They look lovely.

  • nicolthepickle

    I use it for lots of things, but right now I want to use it for tying the corners of little twig Christmas stars.

  • Delia B

    Ok, I confess: I’m not sure what I’d make. I believe I need to hold in my hands to get inspired. ;-)

  • Charlotte

    Wrap gifts and try something new to use it for.

  • http://turtlesandcoquies.blogspot.com Jessibeth Vicenty

    To make christmas crafts! :D

  • http://mudnessa.blogspot.com Vanessa

    I would use the cording for putting the finishing touches on wrapped gifts since Christmas is right around the corner. I’m sure I would be inspired to use it many other ways as well once I get a hold of it.

  • Elise

    I would definitely use this hemp cord & webbing to make some craftivism holiday gifts!

  • Carmen

    I want to try crocheting with it and decorating gifts in jars.

  • Sara

    Making bracelets with my son

  • Shelly Daugherty

    I love Hemp!!!! I would use mine for gift wrapping, making n hanging ornaments!

  • http://wildlovephotography.com/blog/ Chris Taylor

    This cord will be perfect for some projects I am working on using vintage costume jewelry. I love the colors, too!

  • Jan P.

    I would use it to make “parachute cord” bracelets for the kids.

  • Dale Hunsberger

    I recently became completely disabled and now have time for crafts and I’m enjoying it and kind of takes me away from the pain.

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