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Hemp - All
25.88

Herringbone-57"-Black-100% Hemp

QTYPRICE PER yard(s)
1–4 $25.88
5–9 $23.94
10–19 $22.00
20–49
50+

SKU# N1573

yard(s) available: 41

Width: 57 inches

Weight: 10.6 oz. per sq yd

Color: Black

Content: 100% Hemp

Available in limited quantity

Black herringbone just might be the perfect woven fabric, and when created out of a durable hemp it's even more splendid! Lighter and more versatile than our heavy hemp herringbone, the beautiful material has a classic appeal all of its own and washes and wears delightfully. This is an obvious choice for jackets, vests, skirts, and pants. Hemp's marvelous durability means you'll choose this for kids' clothes as well! This fabric can make very impressive blackout curtains for a better night's sleep. Colored using low-impact dyes.

Made in China from naturally-grown hemp, raised without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Note that the hemp is not certified organic, though the fibers are grown in an ecologically-friendly fashion. Farm and mill workers are paid a fair wage for their work, receive benefits and have a significant amount of say about their jobs. Purchase this fabric knowing you are making a difference!

Washing/Cleaning

Each time hemp is washed it constantly reveals new surfaces, usually becoming softer with use. Given reasonable care it will render a lifetime of service.
Hemp fabric rapidly absorbs moisture - which accounts for its coolness and comfort when used for apparel or bed sheets. It is also one of the only fabrics which are stronger wet than dry, so it does not become tender through washing.
Generally speaking, dry cleaning is recommended for drapery hemp, upholstery hemp, decorative hemp, and high end garments.
If you are washing plain hemp fabric that has not yet been made into a garment, then it is very important to surge the edges before wash to prevent fraying.
As with other textiles, always test for color fastness and remember that detergents containing Optical Brightening Agents (OBA) may cause colors to alter slightly and will detract from the appearance of the subtle natural hemp. Bleach should not be used as it can significantly degrade and weaken the natural fibers.
Hemp sheds dirt more readily than other materials and with thorough rinsing comes clean as new after every wash. If stained, use a proprietary stain-remover before washing.
There is no need to use starch except perhaps for the finest hemps, for hemp has a natural crispness. hemp does not have to be tumble-dried - it will naturally dry quickly.
Softening:
Hemp generally will get softer with use and after each wash. If you need to speed up this process then a commercial softener may be used. Another way to soften hemp is to do a hot water wash followed by a tumble dry, repeat these two steps two or three times.