We present the results of experimental study of creep of organoplastic material manufactured by winding. We use clock-type indicators to measure circumferential and longitudinal deformations. From experimental data presented it follows that curves of deformation for organoplastic material have a straight-line segment and the inclination of this segment does not depend on the rate of loading. This inclination corresponds to the modulus of elasticity of the material. From the results of cyclic tests (unloading and loading) it follows that the shape of creep curves is practically the same. We develop a hereditary model of deformation of the organoplastic material. It is shown that the quotient of circumferential deformations to axial deformations depend drastically on time.