The following are a list of plants used to make textiles:
- Coir (aka coconut)
While some aren’t necessarily used for clothing – grass, rush, and hemp are better known for their use in producing rope – new technologies for weaving and production change what’s possible and the specific types of cloth that can be produced every few years. So, for instance, hemp shirts used to involve something that resembled a hair shirt. Now, you can enjoy a nice-feeling weave. What has only industrial/non apparel uses today could easily transfer to apparel in the future.
- The Hemp Conspiracy: Why U.S. Hemp Farming Was Banned (beforeitsnews.com)