Category Archives: Clothing

Industrial Hemp in India?

Kindly update and advise me regarding industrial hemp cultivation in India.

#1. Yes I would like to know that too!! I am going to return to India in late Sept to start an orphanage and am looking into manufacturing garments from hemp that has been FINELY milled ( as most hemp available is really too thick as I do high end frocks from antique silk saris but would love to branch into hemp as cotton, well it just takes too much water). So I know there is a lot of organic land in Utturanchal ( a state in the north eastish of India ) and I would be interested in growing and or milling and buying finely milled hemp. Any comments suggestions further contacts greatly appreciated.Yours sincerely, Jayney Galbraith,

Hemp for Knitting?

Where I could buy hemp yarn for knitting sweaters and other types of clothing. See, I can knit, and would like to knit myself some hemp clothing because to buy hemp clothing as it is, is way too expensive. Could you tell me anywhere I could purchase it in Calgary, Alberta, Canada or maybe order it online somewhere. I know lots of places to find twine and rope but what I want is hemp that is used to make clothing. Thank you very much, I looking forward to your answer.

#4. has a large selection of hemp and wool yarn, ideal for knitting. Everything Hemp – Clothing, Hats, Bags, Bath, Food and Twine – Come Explore – Over 1,000 – Wholesale and Retail. Binghamton, NY, e-mail:

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Sources for Hemp Products?

Where can a person obtain hemp products for building materials, clothing, oils, etc. or info on how to do it myself. I know it’s scarce right now but also know that it is possible to get these things. Thank you.

A #1. We are always looking for raw hemp sources.Yitzac Goldstein, Hemptex, Member of the GreenChina Textile Group

Opening Industrial Hemp Market in Portugal

I am a Portuguese entrepreneur, living in Lisbon, willing to invest in the wholesale and/or retail of hemp products in Europe, namely in Portugal. I also defend the values of the legalization cause and one of the best ways to promote it, I think, is to make hemp clothing and related industrial hemp products readily available to and accessible by, the greatest number of consumers. Here, in Portugal, we are a bit delayed. I wonder if you can help me finding hemp products suppliers that want to expand their activities to Europe in the form of franchises and support me with future contacts.