Methow 3

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Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3
Methow 3


About

Methow 3 is a sumptuous velvet. A great choice for “kids and pets” upholstery projects where you need a hard-working fabric that is stain resistant. We heat set the Tencel, which helps the fabric be stain resistant. Also great for poufs and pillows and most any application needing a heavyweight super plush velvet.


Eco Facts

The goal of the OekoTex 100 fabric safety standard (www.oeko-tex.com) is to ensure that products pose no risk to human health, or to any living thing.

The October 25, 2008 edition of the Seattle Post Intelligencer lamented the demise, in just one year, of seven of the 83 Orca Whales still migrating to the Puget Sound. Two of the seven were child bearing age females, a class with normally extremely low mortality.  Scientists speculate, that, in part, the whales are dyeing because they are starving and, when they rely on their own blubber, industrial chemicals stored in their blubber become available to them in toxic doses.  Many of the chemicals in the blubber are the same toxic chemicals used routinely in textile production.  Not in ours

Your fabric purchases can be a force for good.


The Fabric Name

A river, a valley, and an outdoor recreation are in north central Washington State.


Uses

upholstery

Specifications

  • abrasion test results: 100,000 Martindale
  • care: Methow 3 does not shrink in any temperature and is washable in any temperature. Iron on reverse; or steam either side. Use a very hot iron. If washing and/or drying, use cool temps to preserve color and energy.
  • certification:

    Oeko-Tex 100

  • content:

    100% cotton pile. Warp is 72% cotton; 16% Tencel; 12% Recycled PET

  • weight:

    16 oz yd2 / 542gm m2

  • width:

    54" / 137 cm

Why choose us?

We've done the work for you

Over the years, Patty and Leigh Anne dedicated tons of time researching ethical and sustainable production—how it’s done, and what the implications are to us (and to all living things)  and to our planet.  They even put it in their mission statement, a goal “to change the way textiles are being made” – kind of a reach for such an upstart little company, right?