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Crafting a Green World
July 12, 2011
By Becky Striepe
Baker’s twine is all the rage, but conventional cotton leaves a lot to be desired, from an eco perspective. Hemp twine to the rescue! Not only can you use hemp twine in place of baker’s twine in craft projects, but it’s great for making jewelry, scrapbooking, or even in the garden.
Full Article: Hemp Twine: An Eco Alternative to Baker’s Twine
By Gabrielle Harradine
When we began our search for hemp goods, we couldn’t believe how many great things this durable, nutritious plant — which thrives without pesticides — can make. From bagels to blankets, discover the myriad ways we found to appreciate the sustainable wonder.
Full Article: Hemp-A-Palooza
The New York Times
September 4, 2008
By Tim McKeough
The New York event designer David Stark transforms unexpected materials, sometimes even scraps headed for the recycling bin, into works of beauty. He recently went shopping for materials to create three centerpieces for harvest season parties.
Full Article: Shopping for Party Centerpieces With David Stark