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Learn how to tie the spiral knot and incorporate this knot into your hemp jewelry crafts.
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Another neat type of knot that you can do is the spiral. This one looks something like this. It basically spirals around. That is more of a finer style. It is very similar to the first type. The only real difference is that you keep starting from the same side.
So here, the knot crosses over through and around. Instead of switching sides, they just keep going. This kind of bracelet, you can use smaller beads. And you can also put them anywhere in the bracelet. You do not have to stick to the two outsides. So, a bracelet usually takes, at first I guess about 40 minutes to make. But once you get the hang of it is pretty simple and you can make one in like 15 minutes. You can see the spiral that starts to take shape.
So, you can make a lot of different things with this. You can use it for key chains, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, earrings, pretty much any kind of accessory you like. And it is really easy and simple once you get the hang of it. So, try it yourself, have fun.