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Eco-Textiles

Fabrics that make a difference

Organic Cotton

Certified organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic chemicals, pesticides and is not genetically engineered. It is important to check that you are actually buying certified organic cotton, what percentage of a final product is organic cotton and what sort of dye was used on the organic cotton (if the dye applied was high in chemicals, then many of the benefits of the cotton being organic have been lost).

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Linen

Linen is a natural fibre like cotton, but it has 2-3 times the strength, and is made from the fibres of the flax plant. Like cotton, it is important to check that you are actually buying certified organic linen, what percentage of a final product is organic linen and what sort of dye was used (if the dye applied was high in chemicals then the benefits of the linen being organic have been lost).

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Lyocell

Lyocell is a regenerated cellulose fibre made from wood pulp harvested from farm trees. This fabric is produced using highly environmentally sound solvents in the processing, and the fabric’s overall makeup enables the design and production of new and innovative products.
One of the most recognised brands of Lyocell is Tencel.

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Digital Printing

A staple of all Tiffany Treloar collections are her signature prints. 

Applying digital printing techniques to textiles has significant environmental advantages. It allows for greater control of output, reduces yardage waste and unused screens and dyes. Digital printing is also cleaner and greener limiting the need for water and chemicals in after washing.