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Free Hawaiian Ribbon Lei Making Online Class – Learn how to Make a Loopy Ribbon Lei

It’s May again, and that means graduation season is here! Each spring my ribbon lei tutorials are among my most popular posts, so this year I decided to create a free Hawaiian ribbon lei making online class! As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I’m in the process of re-focusing my blog, so creating a new free course that reflects the type of content I post regularly has been on my to-do list. Demonstrating how to make a ribbon lei seemed like the perfect opportunity to create a new, crafting-based class and I’m super exited to launch it today! I’ve previously posted a braided ribbon lei tutorial and DIY double ribbon lei, so this year I want to share how to make a loopy ribbon lei. This lei is more substantial than a braided lei, and it’s great for graduation because it’s easy to use multiple colors of ribbon. The class is completely free and shows you, step by step, how to create a lei like this from just a few dollars worth of materials:

how to make a loopy ribbon lei - Hawaiian ribbon lei online class

If you think you might interested in learning how to make this lovely style of ribbon lei, I encourage you to check out the quick intro video:

This class is totally free – you don’t even need to create an account like with the free links I offer for Skillshare classes! It’s hosted by Teachery, the same platform you’re already familiar with if you’ve taken one of my other courses. I thought about posting it on Skillshare, instead, but I wanted it to be a special Artisan Life blog reader exclusive. 🙂

To enroll in this free Hawaiian ribbon lei making online class, head right here!

how to make a loopy ribbon lei - Hawaiian ribbon lei online class

Here’s a shot of me wearing the completed lei (oh, my “lovely” yellow walls!)

Hawaiian ribbon lei online class (free!)

If this isn’t quite the lei you were looking for, I have several other lei tutorials!

Simple braided ribbon lei

Four strand braided lei

Spiral ribbon lei

Picot ribbon lei

I really hope to see you over in the loopy ribbon lei class soon! I’m also planning several other fun, summery/tropical crafting classes, so keep an eye on your Friday newsletter in the weeks ahead to know what’s coming next!

Are there any particular crafting topics or lei styles you’d like to see in future classes?

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  • Duni May 11, 2017, 03:40

    Your lei looks absolutely amazing! Congratulations on your class! I wonder if I have the patience to try it 🙂 I may have to check out the simple braided lei first!

    • Natashalh May 11, 2017, 09:41

      Thank you! Honestly, it does take a little time, but the process is simple. When I make a lei like this, I usually do it a bit at a time and make it over the course of three or four days.

  • BeadedTail May 11, 2017, 12:53

    I like the look of that lei! Now that I have more time (yay!) I’ll have to check out your class!

    • Natashalh May 11, 2017, 13:17

      It’s a nice one! The finished lei has some weight to it and really feels like a git when you give it to someone.

  • Sarah Leonard May 11, 2017, 23:35

    This looks gorgeous Natasha – what a lovely free gift!

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