The Hemp Denim can also be Manufactured with GOTS certification:
70% Organic Cotton + 30% Hemp
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Discover the Sustainable Elegance of Hemp Fabric with Symphony Fabrics
At Symphony Fabrics, we believe in the timeless allure of hemp fabric and its undeniable harmony with nature. Our premium hemp fabrics offer a soft and comfortable feel, embracing you in eco-friendly luxury. Perfect for a diverse range of clothing items, from hemp t-shirts to kurtas, bedlinen, suits, shirts, blazers, kotis, dresses, and many more. These fabrics are an ideal addition to your spring and summer collections. Let your designs shine in the sun with the exquisite quality of natural dyes on our hemp materials.
The Benefits of Hemp Fabrics are as follows:
Sustainability: Hemp is a highly sustainable crop. It grows quickly, requires minimal water, and doesn’t deplete the soil. It also absorbs more carbon dioxide (CO2) than it produces, making it carbon-negative. Hemp requires minimal land, no additional fertilizers, and approximately 50% less water than cotton, making it an environmentally conscious choice.
Durability: Hemp fabric is exceptionally strong and durable. It resists wear and tear, making it ideal for long-lasting clothing and textiles.
Breathability: Hemp fabric is highly breathable, making it comfortable to wear in hot weather. It allows air to circulate, reducing the risk of overheating.
Moisture-Wicking: Hemp has natural moisture-wicking properties, meaning it can absorb moisture from the skin and release it into the atmosphere, keeping you dry and comfortable.
Hypoallergenic: Hemp fabric is less likely to cause allergies or skin irritations because it lacks chemical residues and is naturally resistant to mold and mildew.
UV Resistance: Hemp fabric provides some degree of UV protection, shielding the skin from harmful sun rays.
Protects Skin from Electro Magnetic Waves: In a recent peer-reviewed study it has been proved that Hemp Fabric protects the skin from the Electro Magnetic Waves released from electronics like phones, laptops,etc.
Biodegradability: Hemp fibers are biodegradable, meaning they break down naturally without harming the environment when discarded.
Softness: Over time and with each wash, hemp fabric becomes softer, while still maintaining its strength and durability.
Resistance to Pilling: Hemp fabric is less prone to pilling (the formation of small, fuzzy balls) than some other fabrics, which helps it maintain a smooth appearance.
Versatility: Hemp fabric can be used for various clothing items, including t-shirts, dresses, skirts, pants, jackets, and more. It is also used in household textiles like tablecloths and upholstery.
Easy Dyeability: Hemp is easy to dye, allowing for a wide range of vibrant and eco-friendly color options.
Reduction in Chemical Use: Hemp cultivation typically requires fewer pesticides and herbicides compared to other crops, contributing to a reduction in chemical usage in agriculture.
Softness and Comfort: Despite its durability, hemp fabric is soft and comfortable against the skin, providing a pleasant tactile experience.
Low Environmental Impact: Hemp fabric production has a lower environmental impact in terms of water usage and chemical pollution compared to some other textiles, like conventional cotton.
Longevity: Hemp fabric is known for its longevity, often outlasting other fabrics. Hemp clothing and textiles are less likely to wear out or become threadbare quickly.
Blendable: Hemp can be blended with other materials like cotton, silk, or Tencel to enhance softness and comfort while retaining its durability.
Resistance to Mold and Mildew: Hemp is naturally resistant to mold and mildew, which helps maintain the quality and cleanliness of hemp-based products.
These benefits collectively make hemp fabric an attractive and sustainable choice for those seeking eco-friendly, durable, and comfortable clothing and textiles.
Understanding Hemp Fabric:
Hemp fabric, derived from the sturdy fibers of the Cannabis sativa plant, has a rich history dating back thousands of years. It has been cherished for its exceptional tensile strength and durability. While the psychoactive properties of the Cannabis sativa plant have led to misconceptions, hemp’s potential as a sustainable resource cannot be denied.
Cannabis sativa has been selectively bred over generations to yield two distinct strains. Hemp, produced for textiles, is derived from low-THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) female plants, lacking the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana.
The outer layer of hemp stalks, composed of robust bast fibers, is employed for textile production, while the inner woody layer serves other purposes like fuel and building materials. Hemp fabric, once processed, exhibits a texture akin to cotton, combining softness and durability. It resists shrinkage and pilling and softens with each wash.
How is Hemp Made:
Experience Hemp Fabric at Symphony Fabrics:
At Symphony Fabrics, we are pioneers in crafting high-quality hemp fabric, alongside Organic Corduroy, Organic Cottons, and Linen. Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in every thread we weave.
Discover the Symphony difference – where efficient design, quality assurance, and empowering sustainability converge. Embrace hemp fabric and its eco-friendly elegance, and join us in redefining sustainable fashion.
The Eco-Friendly Production Process:
Hemp thrives in mild, humid climates, with harvests typically occurring in mid-August in North America. After harvesting, hemp stalks undergo retting in the field to naturally remove pectin.
Following this, bast fibers are separated, carded into strands, and cleaned. The resulting material is ready for various applications, including textile production. Hemp fabric’s durability and versatility make it an ideal choice for garments, home textiles, and more. It blends exceptionally well with other fabrics, enhancing comfort while maintaining durability.
Hemp Fabric and Environmental Impact:
Producing hemp fabric is inherently environmentally sustainable. Throughout history, it has been cultivated without major ecological issues. Hemp is a carbon-negative raw material, absorbing more carbon than it produces. It requires minimal pesticides and herbicides, contributing to cleaner agriculture.
While hemp fabric’s environmental advantages are clear, it is essential to ensure that sustainable cultivation and manufacturing practices are followed on a larger scale. At Symphony Fabrics, we prioritize sustainability, offering you not only luxurious hemp fabrics but also peace of mind about our eco-friendly processes. We are GOTS, OCS, BCI certified etical manufacturer.
In our opinion, we also have to consider the life cycle of fabric as a critical aspect of sustainable fashion. Hemp and Linen are regarded as one of the most environmentally friendly and durable natural fibers available. Hemp fabric is moisture wicking, hypoallergenic, needs minimal amount of water to grow, and doesn’t need any chemicals. They align well with the principles of reducing waste, conserving resources, and promoting long-lasting, eco-friendly clothing options.
Discover the Symphony Fabrics collection and experience the elegance of hemp fabric that is both luxurious and environmentally conscious.