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Organic wool-hemp (kbt, mulesing-free-kba) mottled herringbone jeans

Organic wool-hemp (kbt, mulesing-free-kba) mottled herringbone jeans

Width: 125cm (+-5%)

Weight: 320g/m^2 (+-5%)

Regular price €5,50 EUR
Regular price €5,70 EUR Sale price €5,50 EUR
Unit price €55,00  per  m
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Bei Stoffen steht 1 für 10cm. 10 sind also 100cm.
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Due to the irregular hemp yarn, there are always small holes that cannot be ruled out due to production. Therefore, 1-2 mini-holes per running meter must be accepted.

wool hemp

A new and exciting fabric knit at Danisch Pur - 70% hemp (organic) and 30% wool (organic, merino, as always mulesing-free)

Wool doesn't mix well with many other fibers in our opinion, as most types of fabric require more care and need to be washed at higher temperatures to get clean.

Wool, on the other hand, requires very little care due to its self-cleaning properties.

Hemp, on the other hand, has a similarly low maintenance requirement as wool in many respects. Hemp fibers are also self-cleaning and can also ventilate odors such as sweat or (small amounts) of urine. Therefore, just like pure wool or wool/silk, a wool/hemp mixture can be cleaned little and at low temperatures.

combination and cuffs

Other wool/hemp jacquard fabrics from our range are suitable as a combination, but also thicker wool jersey , cozy boiled wool or terry cloth .

Since the fabric is a bit heavier, we recommend the heavy rib in the tube as a cuff fabric for a good hold.

design samples

We are also happy to show some design examples in the photos that were made available to us by enthusiastic customers. Thank you again for that!

We try to keep the links up-to-date, but links will sometimes go nowhere if the relevant fabrics are sold out in the meantime. Since we have a constantly changing range, this unfortunately cannot be ruled out. So if the link goes nowhere, the substance is currently not purchasable. But don't worry: popular fabrics keep coming back.

The jacket is a Schlawittchen by Rabaukowitsch lined with wool and silk rainbow stripes. The pants are a Halin from Carlsson Patterns , here it was combined with the wool/hemp jacquard in chocolate-cherry.

materials and information

70% hemp (organic), 30% wool (organic, merino, mulesing-free

hemp/wool

A new and exciting fabric knit at Danisch Pur - 70% hemp (organic) and 30% wool (organic, merino, as always mulesing-free)

Wool doesn't mix well with many other fibers in our opinion, as most types of fabric require more care and need to be washed at higher temperatures to get clean.

Wool, on the other hand, requires very little care due to its self-cleaning properties.

Hemp, on the other hand, has a similarly low maintenance requirement as wool in many respects. Hemp fibers are also self-cleaning and can also ventilate odors such as sweat or (small amounts) of urine. Therefore, just like pure wool or wool/silk, a wool/hemp mixture can be cleaned little and at low temperatures.

Characteristics

Wool is naturally self-cleaning and antibacterial. It absorbs moisture without feeling clammy and transports it outwards, away from the body. Merino new wool is very finely crimped, does not scratch and is wonderfully soft and fluffy.

Hemp also has special skin-climatic properties. As with wool, the fibers naturally regulate the temperature. In summer they keep you cool and in winter they create a cozy climate. Under the microscope it becomes clear why: The fibers have small air pockets through which the fiber "breathes". On cold days, they fill up with body heat and store it. On warm days, they ensure an airy feel.

Robustness (especially for children's clothing)

Hemp is one of the most robust natural fibers there is. Clothing made of hemp is known to last forever, even with daily wear.

Tests have shown that hemp fibers are four to seven times more resilient than cotton threads of comparable thickness. It is therefore also perfectly suitable for children of romping and climbing age.

feel

The fabric is a firm and stable pants fabric with a slight stretch. The soft merino wool makes it pleasantly cuddly. Although it has a fairly high basis weight, it is knitted thinly and is therefore easy to sew.

care instructions

Like wool garments, our hemp/wool blend can be hand and machine washed. We recommend machine washing on a wool cycle up to a maximum of 30 degrees with liquid organic wool detergent. Detergent powder is not recommended for hemp, as the grains can sneak into the air pockets and permanently destroy the structure there.

sewing instructions

Our wool/hemp mixture can be sewn on the overlock as well as on the conventional sewing machine.

It is recommended to finish the open edges.

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In our FAQs and our wool brochure you will find more information about our wool products in general and tips on care and sewing in particular. For exciting discussions with other seamstresses and to show the finished products, we would like to invite you to our Wool Silk fan group on Facebook.

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Customer reviews

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esther
Sturdy fabric

Perfect for children's trousers, it is robust and yet soft

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Sonja
Feels sturdy

Two children's trousers for the summer were created from the fabric. Because the fabric feels sturdy, they are perfect for this purpose. The fabric falls loosely and is pleasantly soft.

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Annika A
favorite shorts

Robust and yet cuddly fabric, from which we made 3/4 bloomers and shorts. Perfect and almost indestructible

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Alina G
Surprisingly robust

Perfect for pants and hats that need to keep their shape. The color goes well with the royal blue cuff for heavy fabrics.

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janina
Perfect pants fabric

The WH herringbone is simply the perfect trouser fabric, which is why the color "jeans" had to be added. Here, too, the usual great quality, the color description is accurate.

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Hemp - the miracle of sustainability

Did you know that hemp is one of the most sustainable plants in the textile sector, if not THE most sustainable plant of all?

Feel free to have a look at our blog, where we, as absolute hemp fans, have told you more about it.

  • summer and winter

    As trousers, skirts, blouses or shirts - hemp can be used for everything.