Checkered fabric made with recycled yarn - 195G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Our wholesale fabric, appropriately named Checkered fabric made with recycled yarn, boasts a unique blend of materials. The hallmark of its composition is 80% organic cotton, with the remainder being 100% linen, giving this fabric durability paired with breathable comfort perfect for Spring and Summer seasons in the vein of 23/24 trends. Its charming check pattern is accentuated by a lively multicolor coupled with shades of brown, making it a versatile option for diverse design needs.
This fabric displays a well-rounded commitment to environmental stewardship. Produced in Lithuania, one of the acclaimed textile production destinations, it is certified by the European Flax, implying that it's a truly authentic and sustainable linen fabric. It also proudly carries the Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certification, assuring that it has been made with recycled content to support circular economy. In addition, it complies with the stringent Oeko-Tex Standard 100, meaning that it is devoid of any harmful substances.
With a width of 148 cm and weight of 195 gsm, it's a sound choice for multiple application areas in fashion and home furnishings. Its HA90 finishing further adds to the appeal, rendering it ideal for prolonged use while maintaining its original charm and texture.
In sum, this fabric strikes the perfect balance between sustainability, quality and aesthetic appeal embedded in its unique print and color groups.
Linas is a vertically integrated mill, based in Lithuania. The company is well-known for its fabrics made from linen, a long-lasting fiber that does not use pesticides or other chemicals to grow. With 60 weaving machines, Linas produce ~ 60,000 meters of fabrics per month.
About european flax®
EUROPEAN FLAX® is the guarantee of traceability for premium linen fibre grown in Western Europe. A natural sustainable fibre, cultivated without GMO free and irrigation (certified 99.9% by the European Confederation of Flax and Hemp). For more information, click here.