|Twin Fitted Sheet||39" x 75" x 15"||$169|
|TWIN XL Fitted Sheet||39" x 80" x 15"||$179|
|Twin Flat Sheet||66" x 106"||$174|
|Full (Double) Fitted Sheet||54" x 75" x 15"||$185
|Queen Fitted Sheet||59" x 79" x 15"
|Full/Queen Flat Sheet||90" x 106"||$196|
|King Fitted Sheet||80" x 80" x 15"||$249|
|Cal. King Fitted Sheet||72" x 84" x 15"||$249|
|King Flat Sheet (for E. and Cal. King)||108" x 106"||$259|
Scroll down for Hemp Sheet Sets, Duvet Covers, Pillowcases, and Pillow Shams.
|Twin Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 pc||$395|
|Twin XL Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 pc||$405|
|Full Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted 2 pc||$433|
|Queen Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 pc||$437|
|King A Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 pc||$559|
|King B Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 King pc||$586|
|CA King A Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 pc||$559|
|CA King B Sheet Set||1 flat, 1 fitted, 2 King pc||$566|
Please wash your hemp sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers in warm or cold water with like colors using a mild, biodegradable for best results. Front loading washing machines are best, as they are gentler on the clothes and also lighter on the planet (front loading machines use way less water and require less detergent than top loading ones). Your hemp sheets will also last a lot longer with front loading machines than top loading machines. This recommendation goes for all the organic cotton, hemp, and linen clothing & home products we sell. Do not use bleach or fabric softeners.
Hang to dry. Many customers have reported good results with machine drying, as long as the heat is kept very low and the hemp linens are removed just before they are completely dry, but we do not officially recommend it. Your hemp sheets may be ironed at the highest linen setting for the traditional crisp linen look, if desired. Thanks again for choosing organic and sweatshop-free.
Our hemp sheets are rare and unique. Hemp sheets have more texture and strength than organic cotton sheets, which are smoother. Hemp sheets are similar in look and feel to fine French linen or Irish linen sheets; they are traditionally finished crisp for that classic linen look. Hemp sheets get very soft and cozy over time. If you've never seen or touched hemp or linen sheets before, then we recommend buying a pillowcase to use for a while. You'll then have a good idea what it's like. We have been selling hemp linens since 2000.
Hemp and linen sheets are not measured by thread count and so there is no direct way to compare hemp sheets to the thread count of organic cotton sheets. Instead, hemp is measured by fabric weight and our exclusive, specially-woven organic hemp sheets weigh in at a very fine 5.5 oz / sq. yard by linen standards.
Crisp, like heritage linens. We do not chemically soften our hemp linens, preferring instead to let laundering and regular use do the work of transforming them to a brushed & highly treasured coziness the time-honored way. Your hemp sheets will soften dramatically over the first few washings and will get even softer with each use.
Here at Rawganique.com, we have long envisioned a home in which hemp would play a major part. We have been harboring a hopeful desire for pure, sustainable, and organic hemp fiber products for all the rooms in the house, especially the bedroom, where we spend so much of our time and where purity is of the essence. Until now, as many of our customers have found, 100% hemp bed linens have been next to impossible to find and those that could be found were prohibitively expensive antiques from the turn of the century. Being unhappy with this unfortunate situation, we set about to correct it.
After months of searching, we've finally found just the thing we were looking for: a premium quality air-finished (so it's ultra soft and cozy) 100% European hemp linen that has the weight and feel of the very best handmade French hemp linens and Irish flax linens of yore. We've named this delectable collection the Ecru CannaBliss Bedding Collection, in honor of the "raw" purity and the untainted beauty of the untreated hemp fiber. The collection is designed specially for the purist who will not settle for anything less than the best and purest in truly sustainable products.
The hemp fiber, in its raw untreated state, is thick, plush, breathable (the fiber is hollow at the core, creating air spaces that keep you warm in the winter & fall and cool in the summer & spring), and--most important of all--earth-friendly.
Our luxury organic hemp linens are simply the finest and purest sheets available. Its elegance is striking. Their beauty is timeless. The fabric is crisp yet soft, voluptuous and caressing, making for a quiet, peaceful, insulated, and rejuvenating sleep, night after night. With 100% hemp sheets, who needs cotton? (See below why conventional cotton is harmful to both your health and that of our planet.)
Customers who have tested our organic hemp sheets say they love the sheets so much they wouldn't be able to stand a night without them: they'd take their hemp sheets with them on a trip just to be sure of a good night's rest! We agree wholeheartedly: there's certainly a lot to be passionate about when it comes to these very special hemp bed sheets and pillow covers.
And for our customers who are chemically-sensitive (MCS--multiple chemical sensitivities) or chemically-adverse, there simply is no other choice: these organic hemp linens are the most natural and hypo-allergenic available. Only water and mechanical combing were used in the processing and softening of our hemp fiber. No caustic sodas or acids were used at anytime (unlike the Chinese hemp manufacturing process which regularly uses these highly toxic chemicals).
We are often asked to compare organic hemp linens to organic cotton linens. Matter of personal preference aside, you'd get organic hemp linens for their beautiful and elegant texture (very cozy and comforting at the sensory level) and organic cotton for the smoothness (almost like satin). Hemp is a more sustainable fiber (organic cotton, though pure, still uses a lot of resources like water and organic amendments to grow, whereas hemp practically grows itself and even adds much-needed nutrients to the soil in the process).
Hemp is also stronger than cotton by three to ten times the tensile strength (depending on whether it's a knit or woven fabric). Both organic hemp and organic cotton linens are of course better for us and for the environment in the short and long run.