Git Skoglund, a Swedish textile researcher, journalist and Cannabis Business Times columnist, has published a new book exploring hemp weaving and textiles.
“Cannabis Textiles: In Hemp Garden Cultures” explores both traditional and manually manufactured hemp textiles production from seed to shelf. The book also shares ways to distinguish hemp fibers and fabrics from textiles made of similar plants, such as hop, flax and cotton.
Skoglund pulled from extensive historical research, lab studies, as well as her travels to Europe and Asia to author the book.
Robert C. Clarke, an ethnobotanist, plant breeder, textile collector, co-founder of BioAgronomics Group and CBT columnist, edited “Cannabis Textiles.”
See Clarke’s column “Growing Pains,” written along with Mojave Richmond, here.]]>