Beware some of the supposed Eco fabrics. Some of the fabrics are processed in a very unsustainable, un-eco way. For example bamboo is processed in the same way as viscose!
Thanks for your msg ... I'll keep that in mind...
Sadly it's really difficult to get all the information that is needed. I do hope you are successful.
Are you open to recycled PET as an eco-friendly fabric? We recommend using this very eco-friendly fabric in combination with our own AirDye® technology to create a sustainable garment that lasts a long time (after all, not having to buy new is the most sustainable thing you can do), has fewer washing restrictions than natural fibers, and can be dyed in a kaleidoscopic range of customizable colors and patterns, AirDye proprietary dyes offer brand new options in printing and dyeing.
What kinds of quantities are you looking for?
For the natural fibers, an excellent source is the new http://source4style.com/.
Thanks David for your elaborate msg. Though your technology sounds interesting, my main concern is price point. What are the rates on these technology fabrics? Can you share your email so that we can continue this discussion over there. You can contact me at email@example.com.
If you are interested in hemp fabrics, we are a manufacturer of 100% natural European Hemp textiles - you can check our website www.cavvas.com .
You can also contact me directly for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org. We work with companies all over the world, all our processes are environmentally-firendly and only use natural fiber-reactive dyes.
All the best,
Hi Supriya ,
You can check our website for hand woven fabric www.mitrabinda.com
and can get back to us for any quarries .
Best Regards ,