In this episode of How To Make Everything, Andy George learns how to weave his cotton and hemp thread to make fabric for his shirt and pants. || SUBSCRIBE || YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1OmesgS || SUPPORT || Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/htme Spreadshirt – https://shop.spreadshirt.com/HTME/ || SOCIAL || Facebook: http://ow.ly/X4rJC Twitter: http://ow.ly/X4rS3 (@HTMeverything) Instagram: http://ow.ly/X4rXs || SERIES || Sandwich – http://bit.ly/1ZVGNRn Suit – http://bit.ly/1NsQri8 Thanksgiving Dinner – http://bit.ly/1UjLa1R Bottle – http://bit.ly/1QlTU6C Root Beer Float – http://bit.ly/1OGfphU Book – http://bit.ly/1lGLagx Meet The Makers – http://bit.ly/23ldFlS || ABOUT || Today, getting what you need is as easy as a trip to the store. From food [More]
Processing hempfibers for later use within textiles. Depending on the fibers quality you have to use different techniques. Here we see the many steps it has to take to make it “silky smooth”. The infrastructure used here is based on the same for flax making linen. Its an intricate process from implementing, growing to handling the yield. If you don´t have the technique or the “economic infrastructure” to handle the raw material and a market to replace or combine the output youll end up, in best case, with a nice hobby and a smile on your face.
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A brief look at the early Hemp Textile Industry in Australia
UNESCO: Urgent Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – 2009 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/USL/00302 Description: The traditional Li textile techniques of spinning, dyeing, weaving and embroidering are employed by women of the Li ethnic group of Hainan Province, China, to make cotton, hemp and other fibres into clothing and other daily necessities. The techniques involved, including warp ikat, double-face embroidery, and single-face jacquard weaving, are passed down from mothers to daughters from early childhood through verbal instruction and personal demonstration. Li women design the textile patterns using only their imagination and knowledge of traditional styles. In the absence of a [More]
https://mythrose.com/ Yes, I can talk about hemp for a whole 10 minutes, actually I can talk about it for 30 minutes but I’ve been advised against it, so here’s 5 and next Wednesday there will be another 5! So digestible, no more YouTube based intestinal distress. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mythroseclothing/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mythroseclothing/?hl=en Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/mythroseclothing/ Please like and subscribe! I love comments! Please find below all my resources and reading/watching material. Other YouTube Videos: A Brief History oh Hemp in the US by Patagonia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy3HFRj1GOM&t=25s Hemp for Victory (WWII Propaganda): http://www.hemptrade.ca/eguide/background/history-of-hemp Reefer Madness (1930’s Anti-Marajuana Propaganda) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbgLbN-3NEM&t=853s National and Government Sources: Canadian Hemp [More]
Traditional water retted hemp textile fiber processing in Hungary and Romania.
Hmong people preserve the culture of making hemp clothing to this day because Hmong people believe that when we die we must be buried with organic material so that everything buried with us goes back to mother nature. This video shows the full explanation of the process of making the hemp fabric, starting from harvesting of the hemp stems to polishing of the dyed hemp fabric.
The fabric featured in this video is 320924, which is available for purchase at https://www.moodfabrics.com/natural-hemp-and-organic-cotton-canvas-320924 The other fabric in this video is 320925. Add a natural touch to your collection with this Natural Hemp and Organic Cotton Canvas. A luxurious blend of cotton and hemp is woven together to create the soft, tactile hand featured throughout the canvas. This organic woven needs no pesticides and is both durable and breathable making it perfect for the warmer months. Hemp itself is the most durable of all natural fibers, it gets softer with use, and it retains its shape with ease. Its [More]
Vezelhennep oogsten met een aangepaste Claas Xerion 4000 VC van DunAgro uit Oude Pekela. Dun Agro bouwde in 2014 twee Claas Xerion trekkers om tot een maai- strippercombinatie voor vezelhennep. De machine, scheidt het eiwit rijke loof van de stengel en verzameld het in een bunker achter op de machine. Dit wordt gebruikt als veevoer. De vezel rijke stengels blijven op het land achter om te rotten waarna ze worden in pakken worden geperst om vervolgens te worden verwerkt tot composietmaterialen zoals deurpanelen in auto’s of isolatiemateriaal. Harvesting fiber hemp using a converted Claas Xerion 4000 VC from DunAgro of [More]
This talk primarily focuses on how hemp is a better alternative to traditional methods of making clothing. Additionally, it revolves around hemp’s history and myriad of uses. Kyle Oliveira is the Founder of Luxury Leaf LLC, a hemp clothing company. With over 2 years of research and experience in the industry, he has become extremely familiar with the facts and benefits of hemp. Kyle is a current student at Bryant and is pursuing a degree in Finance with concentrations in Economics and Applied Analytics. In his time outside of academics, Kyle has started his own eco-friendly clothing company called Luxury [More]
View this and other linked material: Video: Everything You Need to Know about Hemp Clothing
Presentation still in development – adding music – For more information on these beautiful, strong, versatile, natural hemp backpacks, fabrics, wallets, clothes and shoes contact Mohan Singh Singh https://www.facebook.com/mohansingh.singh.509994
Making hemp clothing and harvesting USA hemp for the first time in almost 80 years.
Hemp Hemp Hooray! We finally have legislation to grow industrial hemp in the US for “testing” purposes. It may take while for our barren textile mills and factories to get back to work, but this wonderful crop will generate tens of thousands of jobs in many industries; food, fuel, bio-plastics, papers, textiles and much more. Clean jobs! Hemp grows without pesticides, unlike it’s rival cotton, which is doused in chemicals to keep bugs away. It’s exciting, get ready for the multi-trillion dollar crop to improve our US economy and our health, as the crop produces a much cleaner system of [More]
The commercial hemp industry is growing and developing rapidly. This is an educational video on industrial hemp for fiber production/textiles and seed oil production, as a rotational crop, and other uses. 12 different kinds of seed varieties are being tested for the best results in growth and harvest. This video also covers some of the initial legal and regulatory work being done and advice from the National Hemp Association for farmers looking to start growing hemp. Produced in conjunction with Penn State University and the National Hemp Association
If you’re trying to find ways to make your whole life more natural, don’t forget your closet. Check out these interesting benefits of hemp clothing! Most Viewed Hemp Videos on YouTube – https://goo.gl/7ZUTBt In a bid to lead a more natural lifestyle, you may have begun using ethical beauty products, switched your car for a bike, or started growing your own veggies. But if you’re looking for ways to make your whole life more sustainable, it’s time to consider hemp clothing. Not only is growing hemp better for the environment than growing other clothing fibers, clothes made from hemp are [More]
Hemp fabric is a necessary part of Hmong clothing. For Hmong women in Sapa District, growing and preparing hemp and then weaving it into cloth is an annual activity. In this video, Mrs. Di shows one way this is done.
This video aims to create awareness for sustainable alternatives to fast fashion. Hemp is one of these sustainable alternatives. In our contemporary society the consumer is not aware of the ecological consequences that fast fashion produces. The link between the consumer and the product they are buying is completely lost. This video shows the intertwined projects of local companies that together enable the production of hemp garments. Firstly ‘The Sustainable Fibers project’, which involves Pantanavo (cultivation of hemp), Stexfibers (processing of hemp plants into fiber) and Texporium (which makes yarn by a combination of materials). Secondly, we look at the [More]
Growing industrial hemp was illegal in the United States after 1970 because the industrial plant and marijuana were considered to be the same, when in fact they are different varieties of Cannabis. In recent years, some states have changed their laws, allowing farmers to start growing industrial hemp, which is used in everything from clothing to nutritional products to building materials. Oregon grower Cliff Thomason says growing and processing hemp was stymied because it was illegal, but now a knowledge base for best uses can grow, along with the plants. View a hemp home constructed using hempcrete, a building material [More]
Ben Christensen of Oregon Hemp Works and Joy Beckerman of Hemp Ace International demonstrate how to make a hempcrete wall as a community project. You can build your own home with this product and it will be completely reusable, recyclable, and durable. Ben Christensen: http://www.oregonhempworks.com/ Joy Beckerman: http://www.hempace.com/ SmuggleVision is sponsored by: http://smuggleportland.com/ Cannabis Lovers nationwide shop the best of Oregon: https://lovefromoregon.com/ 0:01 Hempcrete Demonstration So today we have built a demo wall out of hempcrete. The purpose of this is to show people how you can build with this material in more of a practical application, where you would [More]