Hemp Fiber / Hemp Sliver / Hemp Fiber TopSpin your way to organic hemp clothing perfection with our organic combed hemp fiber - sliver - top. Our customers also make handmade organic hemp rope, needle- and hand-felted products, and organic hemp paper with these popular organic hemp sliver - top - fibers. Once you've spun the organic hemp sliver, you can use the resulting hemp yarns to knit or weave on your loom.
Eco friendly 100% Hemp Sliver from organically grown European hemp. We grow and process this semi-raw hemp fiber in-house for true purity.
One pound of ethical and sustainable organic hemp sliver makes approximately 100 feet of pencil hemp roving, which is ready to be spun on a weasel, for example. The cannabis hemp sliver can easily be mixed with sheep's wool, llama wool, raw silk or cotton, to make for a very unique organic hemp blend yarn that is ready for knitting or weaving.
The non-toxic, chemical-free cannabis hemp sliver - top is also perfect for needle felting and machine felting! We have created miniature animals out of this. It felts so easily.
This special green, sustainable organic European cannabis hemp sliver is ready to be be carded (manual or electric carder) or spun (we use a hand-spinner or electric spinner) or hand-harded. The resulting carded or spun hemp fiber threads can then be used for hemp knitting and hemp weaving. You can mix the hemp fiber sliver top with flax linen, wool, or silk and have a beautiful blend ready for making your own custom garment, scarf, mittens, or blanket!
Our organic cannabis hemp top - sliver has been through scrutching and hackling. Hemp roving is versatile for all your knitting and weaving creations.
Our customers have used this hemp fiber to make amazing things such as toys and pet beds, etc...
The few hemp sliver / top / roving we have unwound come to about 100 feet long.
The combed hemp fiber is made by Rawganique.co in Europe. Sweatshop-free.
Definition of hemp and baste fiber sliver from textilearts: The strand of loose, roughly parallel, untwisted fibers produced in carding.