100% ECOVERO™ Jersey knit. 150gsm
Note there is some of this in Black in Sydney studio for purchase - see Available Now.
ECOVERO™ Jersey knit.
COLOUR. main colours or pantone by MOQ 300kg.
WIDTH. Tubular 81.28cm / 32 inch
Mill MOQ is. 100-300kgs.
Approx 400 metres to 1200-1300 metres per Colour.
aud$12 / metre
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MOQ. 500-1000 metres. PRICE. aud$12.50 / metre.
MOQ. 250-500 metres. PRICE. aud$13.50 / metre. (if available)
MOQ. 51-249 metres. (if available)
PRICE. aud$14.5 / metre.
MOQ. 50 metres. PRICE. aud$15.50/ metre (if available)
Note. Designs shown are not by STSC.
100% EcoVero knitted jersey fabric (also known as Lyocell) trademarked to Lenzing then produced to STSC's specifics with our accredited manufacturer to meet higher than regular sustainable standards along our entire supply chain, from the forest to the fabric. GOTS accredited dyes.
HANDLE AND DRAPE.
In my opinion Lenzing's viscose fabrics all have a much "earthier" feel to it in comparison to other viscoses on the market, and in particular the ECOVERO is slightly warmer and more natural to the touch than TENCEL.
This is a luxury viscose with 200gsm thickness and has good mechanical stretch and, in my opinion, will not require additional stretch which would require adding synthetic unsustainable materials.
SAMPLES. In keeping with our focus to cut down on our shipping carbon emissions, we encourage you to visit your local fabric store to feel viscose/lyocell instead of purchcasing Sample Books. In my opinion, and that of many other designers, this viscose has a much nicer and softer feel.
NOTE. if you are not using a viscose from a Certified foresty source such as this, and you cannot see or show the Accreditation then its highly likely that the viscose is made from sources that are causing mass deforestation, and in some cases, using endangered forests. Visit www.canopyplanet.org
In addition, Lenzing's yarn process is Closed Loop to capture and recycle 99.8% of its resources including water. It does not shed toxic synthetic microfibres and is naturally biodegradable.
Note. Any fashion seen on the this page has not been made by STSC and is used for reference only.