Eco and Recycled

Our eco and recycled fabrics are more sustainable and kinder to the environment than conventional dressmaking fabrics - the collection includes eco recycled or part-recycled tulle, chiffon, duchess satin, soft satin and suiting.

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Eco Part Recycled Very Soft Satin IVORY

Eco Part Recycled Very Soft Satin IVORY£12.99

Eco Recycled Duchess Satin IVORY

Eco Recycled Duchess Satin IVORY£11.99

Eco Extra Wide Recycled Tulle IVORY

Eco Extra Wide Recycled Tulle IVORY£9.99

Eco Part Recycled Crinkle Chiffon IVORY

Eco Part Recycled Crinkle Chiffon IVORY£9.99

Eco Recycled Lightweight Twill IVORY

Eco Recycled Lightweight Twill IVORY£9.99

Eco Recycled Lightweight Twill PINK BLUSH

Eco Recycled Lightweight Twill PINK BLUSH£9.99   £6.49

Recycled Striped  Jacquard MULTI

Recycled Striped Jacquard MULTI£7.99

Eco Recycled Soft Tulle IVORY

Eco Recycled Soft Tulle IVORY£5.99

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Eco-friendly: sustainability never goes out of style.

Eco-friendly or sustainable fabrics are made from materials that have a lower environmental impact than conventional fabrics. These materials can include organic cotton, linen, hemp, and bamboo, as well as synthetic materials like recycled polyester.

One of the benefits of using eco-friendly and recycled fabrics is that they can help to reduce the carbon footprint of the fashion industry. Conventional cotton, for example, requires a significant amount of water, pesticides, and energy to grow, while organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilisers. Similarly, recycling materials can reduce the amount of energy and resources needed to produce new fabrics.

Another benefit is that these fabrics can be more durable and long-lasting than traditional fabrics, which can help to reduce the overall environmental impact of clothing. Recycled polyester, for example, is strong and resistant to wrinkles, shrinking, and stretching.

Eco-friendly and recycled fabrics can also be used to create a wide range of products, from clothing and accessories to home textiles and industrial fabrics. This versatility allows for a wide range of applications and can help to create new market opportunities for sustainable products.

However, it is important to note that just because a fabric is labeled as eco-friendly or recycled, it doesn't necessarily mean it is completely sustainable. It's important to look into the entire lifecycle of the product and ensure that the production, use and end-of-life disposal is sustainable.

Why choose White Lodge Fabric as your UK fabric supplier?

- We specialise in eye-catching dressmaking and craft fabric.
- We source dressmaking and craft fabric from all over the world.
- Order any quantity.
- Fast delivery.
- Sample service to check colours.
- Competitive prices.
- Order on-line or by phone, pay by credit / debit card or PayPal, we aim to post the same day.

If you are looking for eco-friendly or sustainable fabrics, or any other type of fabric, White Lodge Fabric is the perfect fabric supplier for you. Why not take a look around our website to see a full overview of the fabric and thread that we offer? Alternatively, you can get in touch with us directly and speak to one of our team who are always ready to take your call and deal with any questions or enquiries that you may have.