Organic Cotton Jersey Knit - Teal - Swatch

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We have found the ultimate T-shirt fabric . . . and we couldn’t be more excited about how it’s produced! From farmer’s field to finished fabric, this cotton jersey was grown, woven and dyed entirely within the USA. Made from 100% organic long-staple cotton, it is combed and ringspun to produce the softest, most luxurious jersey ever. A delight to sew with, it also feels amazing next to your skin. With 50% stretch across the cross grain and 25% stretch across the length grain, we suggest using this lightweight knit for everyday basics, from breathable tees and tanks to ultra-soft dresses and cozy loungewear.

From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. For US & Canadian customers, shipping is free on orders over $150. We are committed to investing in sustainability initiatives to counteract the environmental impact of shipping. We offset our carbon footprint by contributing funds to forest conservation projects for every package shipped.

You will be emailed when your order is ready for shipping; a tracking number will be provided when applicable. After you've been notified, average shipping times for the US + Canada is 3-7 business days. International shipments may take anywhere from 12-40 days depending on your location. International customers may be charged VAT depending on their location. Customs and duties on international shipments are the responsibility of the customer.

We leave a 48 hour buffer to allow for cancelled orders. Once your order is cut, it is final. For more questions on shipping and returns, consult our Shipping & Returns FAQ.

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Fairly and Sustainably Produced in the USA

This low-carbon footprint and pesticide-free textile is produced entirely within the USA. Our family-owned supplier sources organic cotton that is grown and ginned by the Texas Organic Growers Coop. The ginned cotton is then spun, knit and dyed within a 150 mile radius of their Asheville, North Carolina headquarters. The dying process uses fiber reactive dyes in a closed-loop system where the water is perpetually recycled. We’re thrilled to offer a textile that meets the highest quality and sustainability standards, while also supporting the domestic textile industry.


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