Where do your hemp sheets come from?

Hemp Sheet Studios is owned and operated in Australia, and our fabrics are sourced from sustainable and ethical suppliers in China. China has cemented itself as the worlds leading hemp producer given the turbulent periods of other countries banning hemp. In saying that, we are keenly watching the development of Australia's domestic hemp market and are constantly exploring more opportunities to source our products locally - watch this space!

What does hemp feel like to sleep on?

Hemp has a very similar texture to linen. The heavy feeling of the natural fabric is calming and relaxing, making for a fully rejuvenating sleep. The long fibres of the hemp plant not only support the fabrics integrity, but also gives the fabric an unobtrusive textured feeling that, similar to flax linen, is buttery soft and improves with every use. Hemp is thermoregulating, keeping you cool in summer and warm in winter. You can rest consciously knowing your sheets are made using sustainable hemp fibres.

Are hemp sheets any different to my regular sheets?

Yes!!! Hemp sheets are definitely different to your regular sheets that are currently on your bed! Hemp is better for the environment, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and moisture wicking. They are better quality and longer lasting. They don't break down with use, and are not susceptible to shrinkage or pilling. 

How will my hemp sheets age?
Hemp is famed for it's strength and durability. If properly cared for, hemp will outlast most other fabrics on the market. You may notice slight differences between our organic hemp range and your previous sheet sets, especially if your previous set is made from fabrics that are heavily processed and mixed with synthetic fibres. We seek to ensure that your hemp sheets are long-lasting by not using heavy processing during production. However, this can leave the individual fibres slightly loose which can result in shedding of shorter fibres during use. This is completely normal and is nothing to be alarmed about. If the fibres do not release, pilling can occur on high use areas of the fabric. Again, this is normal for your natural hemp sheets - treat pilling accordingly by using a "defuzzer" device. 

Do you have any other colours?
Currently our range includes natural, white, olive and the newly added blue. Keep your eye out for new colours and updates. Sign up to our newsletter, and follow us on social media to be the first to know when our next release of seasonally inspired colours drop. 

How do I wash hemp sheets? 
In order to get the most sleep out of your sheets, we want to make sure you know how to care for them. Visit our Care Guide fore more information.
  • Firstly, be planet wise and wash less often. 
  • We recommend washing your hemp sheets in a friendly cold wash, separate from other items. 
  • To keep the colour of your sheets, we recommend you air-dry them, out of direct sunlight. 
  • Make sure not to tumble dry, use bleach, or dry clean your sheets.