Recycling twill / twill brown
a material mix with recycled natural fibers from hemp and organic cotton
B-goods with barely visible slanted weaving defect on one half of the fabric - as marked on the 3rd and 4th photo.
Ecologically sound use of fabric remnants from textile production =. Sustainable reuse of valuable resources
Tightly woven twill - This fabric was made with recycled yarns from hemp and organic cotton fibers. The waste from the production of garments is reused and spun into yarn again. A senseless (otherwise usual) incineration of these scraps is not necessary. The recycled yarn for this fabric was spun with 30% "fresh" (not recycled) organic cotton fibers to obtain a durable yarn and thus ensure a long-lasting quality of the subsequent fabric.
Material composition: 39% recycled organic cotton, 31% recycled hemp fibers, 30% "fresh" organic cotton fibers.
Use: for Clothing such as jackets, blazers and coats, pants ect. ; for home textiles: e.g. very nice as curtain fabric
Ecology and environmental protection: the recycling of already existing materials - in this case it is fabric scraps, which are created due to production - avoids waste and its disposal, saves the resources necessary for the production of new fibers, such as water and energy. In addition, this recycled natural fiber material is free of environmentally harmful plastic and therefore biodegradable.
|Material||39% recycled organic cotton, 31% recycled hemp fibers, 30% "fresh" organic cotton fibers.|
|Type of fabric||Twill|
|Width||ca. 148 cm|
|Weight (m²)||approx. 230 g/m²|
|Shrinkage value||approx. 6-7%|
|Drying||do not use a dryer|
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