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Offwhite (bleached white) Stretch Jersey (40/1) (709001)


Beautiful (bleached) white organic cotton stretch single jersey, by Bo Weevil, GOTS certified. The cloth is washed and bleached with hydrogen peroxide in a closed system according to the GOTS standards. As a result, the fabric is a bit lighter in color than the natural variant.

Just like the regular jersey, stretch jersey is a finely knitted fabric of really fine thread. Only, elastane (elastic) is added to the jersey, which allows for the fabric to not only stretch broadwise, but also in length. The fabric is really supple and feels soft. The number next to the fabric indicates the yarn number: the higher the number, the finer and thinner the thread and thus the fabric that can be made from it. This stretch jersey is a bit lighter than the 30/1.

It is a wonderful basic fabric that can be used for many designs. Suitable for T-shirts, singlets, tops, skirts, dresses, leggings, yoga wear, nightwear, underwear, baby wear, scarfs. Because of the added elastane, this fabric is also suitable for tighter clothing.

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Specifications
Article number 709001
Collection Standard collection
Material 95% organic cotton / 5% elastane
Colour White / Offwhite / Bleached white
Width 165-170 cm
Weight 165-170 gr/m2
Yarn Ne 40/1
Cleaning advice 40 C, no bleaching, no dry cleaning, line drying, ironing 1 point
Shrinkage max 5%
Produced in Turkey, GOTS certified
Matching sewing thread 4800/4801
Full rolls available via Bo Weevil
Bo Weevil

Bo Weevil is the Dutch pioneer in the field of organic cotton, and has almost 30 years of experience in certified organic cotton. They offer beautiful and good quality fabrics and products. Interested in full rolls or larger quantities? These are available through Bo Weevil.

GOTS

The cultivation of the cotton, and the dyeing and processing of the fabric is done as environmentally friendly as possible.