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Custom Vegan Fabrics

Enjoy a range of vegan fabrics with amazing characteristics and handles which are entirely cruelty-free. Use your own custom pieces to design vegan fabric for a multitude of uses, hand-printed and finished in our studio with no minimum order requirements. Print your design on vegan materials. Ready to ship in just 1-2 days.

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1-2 Days Production
1-2 Days Production

Cottons, Silks, Jerseys, Recycled Poly-fabrics & more

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Speedy delivery

Quick delivery within 2-5 days once shipped

Vegan Georgette

A poly, vegan georgette fabric. Super lightweight with twisted yarns and a classic crepe face, this floaty fabric is beautiful.

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Lino 100% Linen

Natural, anti-bacterial, hypoallergenic, breathable, vegan.

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Summer Breeze Viscose

This lightweight, woven fabric is amazing for clothing, scarves, and other fashionable garments.

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Vegan Suede

A wonderfully soft suede alternative that is both fire-rated and 100% vegan. Non-fray and non-stretch with a knapped face.

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Vegan Silk

A vegan alternative to silk. This poly blend is beautifully soft and smooth as well as being 100% cruelty-free.

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Organic Cotton Canvas

Heavyweight, vegan and certified organic, this cotton canvas is non-stretch, coarse and perfect for crafting and furnishing.

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Organic Cotton Poplin

A medium weight, 100% organic, vegan cotton poplin. A matte finish which is soft and non-stretch, for cushions, bedding and more.

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Organic Half Panama

A half Panama cotton with a rustic effect. Heavyweight, 100% vegan and certified organic, this coarse, matte fabric is 8.85 oz.

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Linden Waterproof

100% waterproof, vegan-friendly fabric which is windproof and tough.

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Crepe de Chine

A vegan crepe that is versatile and lightweight. With a soft, dry handle this textured fabric is only 2.51 oz.

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Crushed Velour

A super-bright, shimmery vegan fabric with a ripple effect to the soft pile. Great for rich colors this plush fabric is striking.

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Gaia Eco Woven

This cruelty-free, woven fabric is not only vegan but is made from 100% recycled materials. Heavyweight with a crepe-like sheen.

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Lifestyle Recycled Poly Jersey

100% Recycled Post-Consumer Polyester, certified by the Global Recycled Standard (GRS).

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Peached Poly Sheeting

A superbly soft poly sheeting with a peached surface. Vegan-friendly and perfect for bedding, tablecloths and sheets.

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100% vegan, 100% cotton and 100% waterproof. This strong fabric is ideal for hats, mats, raincoats bags and more.

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What are vegan fabrics?

Vegan fabrics are those which do not use any animal products in their construction. Fabrics that contain animal products can vary from the more obvious, such as wool, to more unexpected factors like materials treated with beeswax. Vegan fabrics contain no animal products at all. 

Vegan fabrics are completely cruelty-free, so you can rest assured that neither the fabric itself or the finishing processes contain animal products. Vegan fabrics are becoming more and more popular, along with veganism on the whole. 

How are they manufactured?

The answer to this one is not quite as simple. There are many types of vegan fabrics, and the manufacturing process varies for each of these. 

  • Synthetic vegan fabrics: A large number of vegan fabrics, especially those which act like vegan-alternatives, are synthetic (or man-made) products. The manufacturing process includes creating the fibers of the material, then the whole process of turning those fibers into yarn and either weaving or knitting those into the finished fabric.
  • Natural vegan fabrics: Not all vegan fabrics are poly fabrics. There are some natural fabrics that are completely cruelty-free: cotton, for example, or bamboo. These are made similarly, but rather, instead of making the fibers themselves, they are harvested from plants and often cleaned, before being spun into yarn and made into the finished fabric.

Purposes of vegan fabrics

Vegan fabrics have so many different uses, from reupholstering furniture to making clothes and even other sewing and crafting projects. When you design cruelty free fabrics, there can be any number of end uses, as with most fabrics, but you are designing material with comfort in knowing that you are doing so entirely cruelty-free.

With the boom of social consciousness and the ever-increasing number of vegans both in Canada and worldwide, vegan friendly fabrics are becoming increasingly higher in demand. 

Properties of vegan fabrics

The main property of vegan materials is the lack of animal products. Both in the makeup of the fabric fibers itself, and the process that is used to make and finish the material. Ultimately that is what determines if a product is vegan or not. Beyond that, there are a huge number of properties that vegan materials have. 

Vegan fabrics can be natural or man-made, and when you design vegan fabric you can choose from a selection of other characteristics and properties based on the end-use of your material. From the wonderfully soft Peached Poly Fabric to a stretchy Jersey material, to a stiffer but ever so satiny Silk Sensation, you can design vegan fabric to perfectly suit what you want to use it for. 

Advantages of vegan fabrics

There are a vast number of advantages that you can benefit from when you print your design on vegan materials. Both for your own peace of mind and social conscience to those which benefit the world around you. As well as being cruelty-free in their production, finishing, and composition, vegan fabrics do not contribute to animal agriculture, which heavily contributes to global warming. When you design vegan friendly fabrics, they are likely having a positive impact on the environment too. 

As a number of poly fabrics are also vegan fabrics, these can be perfectly tailored for their end uses. Whether that be something super soft, super durable or a combination of both. Synthetic fabrics often are much easier to print bolder brighter colors on, which means that you are more likely to get exactly the look you're going for.