Hemp Fabric

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HEMP Cotton Fabric

Product Description

Hemp fabric, an eco-friendly and sustainable choice, has gained significant traction in the textile industry. This specific fabric blend consists of 40% hemp and 60% cotton, resulting in a GSM range between 130 to 200. The fabric’s width is offered from 48 inches to 71 inches. This versatile fabric can contain hemp blended with conventional cotton or be combined with GOTS-certified organic cotton. There’s an impressive range of weave patterns available, such as plain weave, twill weave, satin weave, basket weave, also known as matty weave, drill weave, oxford weave, herringbone weave, duck weave, which is a canvas-like texture, leno weave, waffle weave, ripstop weave, and a variety of other dobby designs. 

When it comes to packaging, customers have two main options. The fabric can be roll packed, with up to 500 meters per roll, which is then vacuum-sealed to ensure it remains airtight or in a bale packing format. 

For those concerned with authenticity and quality, the fabric comes with a GOTS certificate, validating the organic cotton content used in the blend.

We are committed to offering complete traceability and transparency for each certification, assuring the authenticity of our fabric.

Characteristics of 100 % Cotton Fabric

UV Resistant

This fabric naturally shields against harmful UV rays, offering protection to the wearer.


Hemp fabric allows air to pass easily, making it comfortable for wear in various climates.


Hemp fibres are known for their strength, ensuring longevity and resistance to wear and tear.


Hemp effectively wicks away moisture, keeping the wearer dry and preventing dampness.


Hemp possesses natural antibacterial properties, reducing the chances of odour and bacterial growth.


Being a natural fibre, hemp fabric decomposes, reducing environmental waste and promoting sustainability.

Thermal Regulating

It can adapt to the wearer's body temperature, providing warmth in cold and coolness in heat.


Hemp requires fewer pesticides and water, making its cultivation environmentally sustainable and less resource-intensive.

Embrace the legacy of craftsmanship with Radhey Krishna Cotweaving's Hemp Fabric - where heritage meets modern excellence.

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