American Fleece 53%CO Recyc. 20%PES 16%PES Recyc. 11%CO BCI - 330G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Presenting our premium fabric, the American Fleece 53%CO Recyc. 20%PES 16%PES Recyc. 11%CO BCI. This fabric hails from the vibrant country of Portugal and is developmentally perfect for the Autumn-Winter 23/24 season. The orange hue of the fabric renders it a top choice for fashion enthusiasts seeking to attain a warm, cozy feeling during the colder months.
Significantly, the main fibre of this American Fleece is cotton, constituting an impressive 53% of recycled cotton and 11% BCI cotton, making it a luxurious choice for assorted winter knits. It is complemented by 20% polyester and an additional 16% of recycled polyester, giving it a robust yet soft feel. This amazing composition adds to the fabric's overall performance, emanating both sophistication and comfort.
With a substantial width of 210 cm and weight of 330 gsm, this fabric from our 'fleece' subcategory offers a rich, substantial material for all your diverse knitting requirements. Its plain pattern fosters simplicity, allowing the orange color and fabric texture to shine.
Furthermore, our fabric carries sought-after sustainability certificates – BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) and OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100, which is a testament to our persistent efforts in sourcing the most ethical and sustainable raw materials. This certification assures users that this fabric respects the environment, is resilient and safe for your skin while
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About bci (better cotton initiative)
BCI stands for the Better Cotton Initiative, a global not-for-profit organisation that seeks to make the cotton industry more sustainable. There are seven principles that BCI farmers should follow: - Farmers should minimise the harmful impact of crop protection practices - They should promote water stewardship - They should care for the health of the soil - BCI Farmers should enhance biodiversity and use land responsibly - They should care for and preserve fibre quality - They should promote decent work - And BCI Farmers should operate an effective management system In order to help follow these principles, the BCI offers support to farmers. For more information, visit: Better Cotton Initiative.