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Hemp is called a fibre of hundred uses. Hemp is a bast fibre plant similar to Flax, Kenaf, Jute, and Ramie derived from the stalk of plants. Long slender primary fibres on the outer portion of the stalk characterize bast fibre plants. When spun, it has an appearance similar to flax but thicker and coarser. As a crop, it grows extremely fast & yields more fibre than cotton or flax.
A variety of tactile experiences can be created by weaving hemp as intricately as lace, smooth as silk or as coarse as burlap.
Hemp fibre is believed to be a natural alternative to cotton or linen. Most of the fashion market see hemp as loose-fitting clothes with the unattractive color palette.
Coarse Hemp fibres and yarns are woven into cordage, rope, sacking and heavy –duty tarpaulins. In Italy, fine Hemp fibres are used for interior design and apparel fabrics. Hemp is used in tapestry, hats, shawls, rugs, posters, and towel.