Meet Milk’s Light Terry Sweatis a knitted fabric made of TENCEL™ fibers and is certified with a Lenzing certificate for sustainability.
Somewhere between a stretch jersey and a classic French Terry, this fabric takes the best of both worlds. It’s heavier than your regular Jersey and lighter, sturdier and stretchier than French Terry.
This Light Terry Sweat is made from 94% Tencel fibers. This makes it wonderfully soft to the skin and gives it the elegant drape that you’d expect from tencel. The elastane gives it a nice stretch – comfort guaranteed!
The fabric is matte, very casual and a perfect basic for your handmade wardrobe.
Works well for dresses, blouses, t-shirts, cardigans and soft trousers – anything that you would like to have the look of a sweatshirt, but with that nice tencel drape.
Fabric is €24,20 per metre the price listed is for 25cm the sale price pm is €14,00
Fabric width – 160cm
The fabric will be cut into 1 continuous piece when ordering multiple quantities
meetMILK fabrics containing TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres are a perfect choice of fabric for making clothes to love forever and to wear again and again. Clothes that are not only right for you, but also right for the environment.
TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are derived from sustainable wood sources that are harvested from certified and controlled sources in natural forests and sustainably managed plantations.
TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres have gained a commendable reputation for their award-winning and environmentally responsible closed-loop production process, which transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low ecological impact.
TENCEL™ branded Lyocell fibers are known for their natural comfort and luxurious soft touch. They deliver quality, performance, and versatility with unique physical properties that lead to their great strength, efficient moisture absorption, enhanced breathability and gentleness to skin.TENCEL™ fibers are manufactured by Austria-based Lenzing Group who has many years of dedicated ability, ambition and passion to develop eco/sustainable fibers from natural wood sources.