We are so excited to present the latest collection from Meet Milk fabrics, who are known for their most beautiful, luxurious, sustainable, wearable and lovable fabrics.
Self-stripe Ottoman is a lovely soft knit fabric in medium weight with textured stripes. It has elastic stretch and a soft drape, while still able to keep its shape.
It's perfect for tops, cardigans and dresses, where you want a knitted fabric with texture and the ability to stretch with hold and a soft hand.
Self-stripe Ottoman is part of our sustainable collection from meetMILK, where we exclusively present materials and fibers which are certified and sustainable.
This quality contains ECOVERO™ Viscose fibers which is a sustainably certified viscose fiber. It's made of wood pulp that derives only from certified and controlled wood sources. The producion of ECOVERO™ Viscose only requires half the water compared to regular viscose production, and the CO2 emissions and use of fossil resource is also halved, compared to conventional viscose production.
The ECOVERO™ fiber has been certified with the international recognized EcoLabel, which is only awarded to products and services which have a significantly lower environmental impact throughout their life cycle: from raw material extraction to production, distribution and disposal.
The natural fibers from the wood makes the ECOVERO™ Viscose very breathable and comfortable to wear. The fiber does not get static, they maintain their soft texture, and they keep the colors very well.
The ECOVERO™ fibers are produced and certified by Austria based Lenzing, which is behind the production and certification of the sustainable TENCEL™ fiber.
Suitable for: tops, T-shirts, dresses and cardigans
Content: 84% LENZING™ ECOVERO™ Viscose, 14% Nylon, 2% Elastane
Weight: 300 g/m2
Width: 160 cm
Certification: Lenzing (Sustainable), Oeko Tex 100 Certified
Washing Instructions: 30 degrees, gentle wash, do not tumble dry
This fabric is sold in HALF METERS so if you require 1 meter please enter 2 as a quantity.
We make every effort to ensure a true colour representation is made, however they may vary slightly from those shown on screen.