We have put together this list of suppliers who sell sustainable sewing essentials, fabrics and haberdashery. We will be updating the list as we find more suppliers. If you have more suggestions please email WeAreCiTEA@gmail.com with your recommendations.
We also highly recommend taking a read of Sinéad Kidao's The Costume Directory - a fantastically researched directory that can help to connect people to sustainable suppliers.
They have brought together all their eco-sewing items in one handy tab on their website, inlcuding interfacing, bias binding, threads and fabrics.
Sustainable sewing supplies with haberdashery as the focus and some basic fabrics.
All fabric and haberdashery sold is either ethical sourced, environmentally friendly or both.
A great selection of modern, sustainable fabrics and notions. The company is run by a West End and touring wardrobe worker.
A selection of eco-elastics available from Maven Patterns.
A range of environmentally friendly fabrics.
A family run sustainability focused organic fabric shop, based in Wales.
Plastic free sewing tools all carefully sourced with eco friendly materials and manufacturing methods.
A great selection of sustainable Tencel, Modal and Cupro as well as organic and OEKO-TEX certified fabric.
Specialises in absorbent, stay dry and waterproof fabrics and stock bamboo and organic cotton.
recycled fabric, haberdashery (lots of buttons!), certified organic cotton and they commit to CO2 offsetting.
A range of eco-friendly, organic and recycled fabrics.
East London initiative that sells dead stock from design houses, saving it from landfill.
Animal cruelty free and polyester free fabrics and haberdashery, as well as plastic free packaging.
100% certified organic cotton based fabrics, ethical sourced and dyed with eco-responsible low impact inks.
A range of organic fabrics.
Arange of organic and OEKO-TEX certified fabric.
Organic, natural fabrics and raw materials.
Organic silks and natural dyes.
Naturally dyed silk and bamboo silk ribbons.
Organic hemp fabrics.
Sustainable fabrics and haberdashery.
Deadstock fabrics with a small selection of recycled fabric