1. Hemp fabric is made from the long strands of fibre that make up the stalk of the plant
  2. These fibres are separated from the bark through a process called ‘retting’
  3. The fibres are then spun together to produce a continuous thread that can be woven into a fine, linen-like fabric
  4. Once spun into a yarn, hemp can be blended with other fibres to make it even softer

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