Certified fabrics



By sewing our own clothes, we have control over the fabrics and materials we choose, opting for eco-friendly, ethically sourced options. We can repurpose and upcycle fabrics, giving new life to old garments and reducing textile waste. Moreover, sewing encourages a mindset of conscious consumption, as we value the time, effort, and resources invested in each garment. By appreciating the process of creation, we become more mindful of our fashion choices, making sustainable decisions that benefit both ourselves and the planet.

These are important textile certifications:

By choosing GOTS-certified fabric, you can be confident that it is made from organic fibers, produced using environmentally friendly processes, and free from harmful substances. This certification also encompasses fair labor practices throughout the textile supply chain, ensuring that workers are treated ethically and paid fair wages.

Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification guarantees that the fabric has undergone rigorous testing for harmful substances, making it suitable for use in garments that come into direct contact with the skin. It provides assurance that the fabric is free from chemicals that could potentially cause harm to human health.

Bluesign certification focuses on the environmental impact of fabric production. Fabrics with Bluesign certification have been manufactured using sustainable practices that minimize water and energy consumption, reduce emissions, and prioritize responsible chemical management. Choosing Bluesign-certified fabric supports sustainable manufacturing and reduces the ecological footprint of your sewing project.

Fairtrade certification ensures that the fabric has been produced in accordance with fair trade principles, promoting better working conditions, fair wages, and empowering small-scale farmers and workers. By choosing Fairtrade-certified fabric, you contribute to the well-being and livelihoods of textile workers and support equitable trade practices.

Recycled content certifications, such as the Recycled Claim Standard (RCS) and Global Recycled Standard (GRS), verify that the fabric contains recycled materials. These certifications promote a circular economy by reducing the need for virgin resources, diverting waste from landfills, and reducing the overall environmental impact of the textile industry.

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