Hempiness Organic 100% Hemp Rope

Our 100% natural Hemp Rope is a great choice for a whole host of reasons. As a material, hemp is superior to other natural fibres as it’s stronger, more rot resistant and kinder on the hands than the rest, making it the smartest choice for anyone looking to buy rope to be used either decoratively, or for practical use. Unlike other rope fibres, hemp rope floats, which makes it ideal for use in all nautical projects.

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We love to use our hemp rope for a whole range of applications; it’s perfect for use as traditional sailing rope, as garden decking rope, for treehouses, construction rope, or rope swings and ladders and so so much more! The smaller sizes are great for macrame and crafts, for using as a handy gardening twine or for natural butchers twine. The only limit is your imagination! To us, hemp is a wonderful natural alternative to synthetic ropes that are so common today. You see, synthetic ropes release plastic microfibres into the environment, making their way into the soil and waterways, damaging eco-systems worldwide. On the other hand, hemp is a completely natural material. Made from the long strong fibres of the hemp plant, twisted together to form a strong and resilient rope that will eventually biodegrade while not releasing any harmful pollutants into the environment. That's why we love hemp rope so much!

Don’t just take our word for it though! Hemp has been the rope material of choice for generations, with civilisations as far back as 8-10,000 BC (In China) showing evidence of hemp rope use. The Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Vikings and Royal Navy have all relied on the strength and durability of hemp as a rope material, and we think it’s still the stand-out choice today for anyone looking for a high-quality, long-lasting natural rope.

It’s an environmentally-conscious choice too! Our rope is made in the EU from the highest quality organic farming methods and is naturally biodegradable. It demands less water than alternative natural materials and requires absolutely no pesticide, herbicide or chemical fertilisers in its production, unlike cotton which accounts for ¼ of global agricultural chemicals. Synthetic ropes have the additional problem of releasing microparticles into the environment which can remain for hundreds of years, but that's not an issue with hemp! As if that wasn’t enough, hemp is a natural carbon sink, meaning that it is brilliant at capturing CO2 from the atmosphere and trapping it, and is able to grow in soil where other crops can’t, whilst leaving the earth better and more fertile than the day it was planted.

Suggested Uses:

• Kitchen Twine
• Butchers Twine
• Bakers Twine
• Macrame Crafts
• Natural Jewellery Making
• General Arts and Crafts
• Natural Gift Wrapping Ties or Packaging Ties
• Gardening Twine
• Natural Clothes Line / Washing Line
• Hanging Plant Holders
• Garden Decking Rope
• Traditional Sailing Rope
• Canal Boats
• Nautical Theming
• Hanging Shelves
• Adventure Playground Equipment
• Children's Play Areas / Jungle Gyms
• Rope Swings
• Ropes Courses
• Treehouses
• Rope Ladders
• Rope Bridges
• Rope Nets
• Rope Fences
• Edging and Framing
• Rope Baskets
• General Arts and Crafts
• Natural Pet Toys
• Dog Chew Toys
• Equestrian - Horse/Pony Lead Ropes, Tack Ropes, and Halters
• Tow Rope
• Tug of War Rope
• Gym Climbing and Fitness Rope
• Construction Rope

...and whatever your imagination can come up with! Let us know what you plan on using your hemp rope for.

Features:

Origin: Europe
All-Natural: Yes
Core: No
Buoyancy: Floats
Abrasion Resistance: Excellent
Tensile Strength: Excellent
Knot Retention: Excellent
Biodegradable: Yes

Available Sizes:

3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 24mm, 28mm, 30mm, 36mm, 48mm, 40mm, 60mm

Storage

Store in a cool dry place.

Aroma

Please note, hemp rope can have a strong and distinct natural aroma when it first arrives. Some have described it as similar to hay or flour sack. Although this aroma does almost disappear after a few months of use, a certain unique smell can remain detectable for the lifespan of the rope. The smell only gets more pleasant over time, while also becoming weaker. After a while the less pleasant notes fade away and you will be left with a sweet and natural hay-like aroma from your hemp rope.

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