Textured Tencel/Rayon Crepe – Forest Green



  • Composition (%): 64% Tencel 36% Rayon
  • Colour: Green
  • Sold By: Metre, Swatches
  • Fibre: Viscose, Lyocell
  • Material Structure: Crepe
  • Usable Width (cm): 134
  • Weight (gsm): 177

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Crepe textured weave with a crisp, yet soft hand. It drapes nicely without being ‘sloppy’, a durable fabric with less creasing and a more full texture. A mid-weight fabric with a textured detail, that drapes beautifully. Tencel is a type of rayon, like viscose and modal. These cellulose fibres are all made in a similar way: by dissolving wood pulp and using a special drying process called spinning. Before drying, the wood chips are mixed with a solvent to produce a wet mixture. This mixture is then pushed through small holes to form threads, chemically treated, then the lengths of fibre are spun into yarn and woven into cloth. Sounds simple enough—but what kind of environmental footprint does this process have? Tencel lyocell is better for the environment than other similar fabrics, but not more sustainable as top-tier fabrics like organic linen or recycled cotton. In production, Tencel requires less energy and water than conventional cotton. As a plant-derived fibre, Tencel is also biodegradable, but check that it isn’t mixed with other synthetic fibres like nylon when it comes time to dispose of the garment. Although, like most materials, it is often coloured with harmful conventional dyes, Tencel requires a lot less dye than cotton. It is also pure white when produced, so no bleaching is necessary and undyed is always an option. Original Fabric Supplier : Texstar Fabric Name : Slumber Crepe

Faults: in 2 pieces, 5.5m & 3.5m

  • Composition (%): 64% Tencel 36% Rayon
  • Country of manufacture: China
  • Raw material country of origin: Unknown
  • Pre washed: No
  • Care: Cool gentle machine wash | Do not soak, wring or bleach | Line dry in shade | Do not tumble dry | Cool to warm iron | Dry Cleanable (P)

Our studio is taking a break from 22 December 2023 to 22 January 2024. While the physical studio is closed, our online store remains open. Orders placed from 22 December 2023 to 2 January 2024 will be shipped on 3 January 2024. During the break, we'll process orders every Wednesday; ensure orders are in by 12 pm Tuesday for the weekly shipment.
Shipping dates: January 3, 10, and 17, 2024. We appreciate your patience and support, and we'll be back in full swing on January 23, 2024.

Shipping dates for January:

  • Wednesday, January 3rd, 2024
  • Wednesday, January 10th, 2024
  • Wednesday, January 17th, 2024
Harlow, a clothing brand headquartered in Brunswick, Australia, is committed to quality and durability. Our garments are crafted using premium materials and the expertise of skilled artisans, ensuring longevity. We prioritize ethical manufacturing practices by partnering with local accredited makers. We strive to maximise sustainability, continuously working towards a more eco-friendly business model. Recently, we implemented a significant sustainable change by transitioning to a preorder system. This shift allows us to produce only what is specifically ordered, enabling us to better plan and reduce excess stock. As a result, we no longer have sales events. Moreover, this preorder approach benefits the planet by ensuring that every item we create already has a loving home waiting for it. We believe that by being cherished and well-maintained over the years, our pieces contribute to a reduction in overall fashion consumption, paving the way for a more sustainable future.

Swatches and Cut Metres:

Australia wide, weight based flat rates. We encourage all sellers to use an Express (or equivalent) delivery service:

Flat Rates:

Up to 500g
0.5kg – 1kg
1kg – 3kg
3kg – 5kg
5kg – 10kg
10kg – 15kg

Rolls and Cut Metres over 22kg:

All rolls and/or total deliveries exceeding 22kg will show as $0 shipping in the cart as this will be invoiced separately by the seller. To enquire about an estimate delivery price, please contact the individual seller.