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NOTE: Images are from both Stonemountain's site and Ewe fibers. Super fascinating to see the on-screen color difference. (I'm 99% this is a correct fabric ID.)


This midweight, 100% hemp fabric has a slightly crisp hand that will soften with washing and wearing. It has a subtle texture, giving it a similar look and feel to linen. This is a versatile fabric, perfect for shirts, dresses, skirts, pants, lightweight jackets, and more.

Content: 100% hemp
Width: 54″
Weight: 6.78 oz per square yd / 230 GSM
Country of Origin: China
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, tumble dry medium.


From Ewe Fibers:

  • fiber content: 100% Hemp
  • fabric width: 51/52”
  • fabric weight: 6.04 OZ/SQ.YD
  • Care instructions: Wash in warm water. Do not tumble. Shake out and dry flat. Hemp will always seize up after washing but as soon as you start to use/wear it the fibers relax again.

Fans of linen will love Grace, our new 100% hemp fabric. It has a slightly stiff hand that softens up beautifully with washing and wearing. Its a great weight for trousers or light weight slouchy jackets. We love it for the September Jacket, Sienna Makers jacket, Bumper Jumper or the Harlene Overalls. Jacket shown is in the color Slate.

More about Hemp:

Hemp behaves and looks much like linen. It is also grown and processed in a similar way, yet it can yield twice as much fibre as flax. It has a short growing period of about 100 days and so can be planted and harvested up to four times a year. The cultivation process naturally reduces pests and returns 60-70% of the nutrients it takes into the soil. It requires little water or pesticides and no fertilisers. It is the most carbon negative crop, absorbing more carbon dioxide than it produces.

Hemp is extremely durable, up to three times stronger than cotton. It’s soft to touch, and can hold its shape well. Hemp is naturally breathable and highly water absorbent.