Natural Hemp Twine

The most popular use for natural hemp twine is in the production of hemp jewelry. The most popular styles for hemp jewelry include the use of sea shells such as cowrie and puka shells. Natural beads made of wood and bamboo are also popular while ivory is both illegal and frowned upon. Other beading materials include glass, polymer clay (Fimo), semi-precious stones, and plastic.

Natural hemp twine is a perfect companion for gardening. Hemp twine is round and therefore does not cut into plants that are staked-up. At the end of the growing season, hemp twine can be composted.