Who Made My Fabric?

Linen

Linen fabric is 100% biodegradable and recyclable. If you are looking for a fabric that scores highly on ecological factors, then Linen is for you.

Linen is made from Flax which is a natural product that does not require irrigation during growth, and needs little or no chemical treatment. All parts of the plant are used, so there is no waste. Win! Win!

Lithuania has a long history of producing high quality linens, so you know you are getting the absolute best. All the linen you find in store is OEKO-Tex certified and therefore made with no harmful chemicals.

As well as the Lithuanian Linens, you will find some beautiful check and patterned linens from Merchant & Mills. They consistently produce some of the most fabulous colours and patterns.

Merchant & Mills Linens are Oeko-Tex certified, are milled and produced in factories in India & Europe that have a long history of spinning and weaving and are very focused on ensuring a fair, ethical and environmentally sustainable method of production.

Cotton / Gauze / Denim

Organic Japanese Denim from Merchant & Mills perfect for Dawn Jeans or the Heroine Jeans. Pants for a sustainable wardrobe.

Atelier Brunette proudly make most of their fabrics in India in direct collaboration with OEKO-TEX certified factories. In both cases they maintain close and respectful relationships with the people they work with.

Unique designs and fabrics convert your summer wardrobe into a gorgeous yet practical, versatile investment.

French Terry

We stock French Terry from Atelier Brunette. The fabric is absolutely the best quality and although there isn’t a huge selection of colours and designs, what they do have is divine and suitable for both children and adults. Its luxuriously soft and sews up a dream.

Atelier Brunette is committed to developing healthy business relationships and collaborations with their Indian producers and suppliers and continuously strive to be always involved in an ethical and sustainable development process.

Always ask: Who Made My Fabric?