Beautiful Hand Made "Hashmina" Shawls
The hemp plants are cultivated in the Indian Himalayan Region using the ‘natural farming method’ and the shawls are made for you by the ladies of the villages.
Every purchase of our products helps to re-establish work and opportunities to thrive for communities in one of the harshest regions of the world where villages have been abandoned and left derelict in the 20th century. Our work helps to bring families back to area and re-inhabit their villages and provides hope for a long-term future in their ancestral heartland.
Why Should You Buy Our Hemp Fabric?
naturally grown hemp fabrics
A characterful hardy fabric with the colour from dyed yarn (as opposed to dyed fabric) giving a natural look with substantial feel and handle (feels and handles like linen). Hemp is also naturally biodegradable so won’t contribute to the growing pollution problem when it reaches the end of its useful life. Join the organic revolution and save yourself, others and our planet.
Our naturally grown hemp fabrics are ideal for a whole range of uses including apparel, bedding and close to skin use – the fabric feels soothing and cooling and its natural antimicrobial, hypoallergenic qualities make it perfect for people with sensitive skin, allergies and other conditions. The fabric softens with ever wash and the handling and feel just gets better and better with age.
Invest in a way of life
Existing fashion trends have resulted in increasing the carbon footprint. Switching to hemp fabric means less use of pesticides and water. The house of Hemptology offers you fabric which is cool and stylish. You can feel the soft and gentle touch of the Himalayas.
It keeps you warm in winter season and cool during the summer season.
Cultivated without any use of harmful chemicals
Kills microbes without using chemicals
HEMP FABRIC PROCESS
I purchased some of your hemp chambray recently and made this shirt for my husband for Christmas.
It’s really lovely quality fabric to work with so I wondered if your customers might be interested in seeing what it looks like made up.
Costume & Dressmaker