WOVEN & KNITTED RECYLED NYLON / POLYESTER / CONTTEN FABRICS

Custom Made
Fabrics Manufacturer

Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified.

About Us

Welcome to Fabrics Trades, your number one source for all sustainable textile and fabric. We’re a sustainable textile wholesaler & custom fabric manufacturer in China, dedicated to providing you with the very best of our products and services, with a great focus on providing high-quality sustainable textiles. Founded in 2013 , Fabrics Trades has come a long way from its beginnings in Shengze, Suzhou ( known as the “China’s textile manufacturing capital”). From there, we started out our passion in producing eco-friendly textile and fabric that came from natural fibers and recycled materials and embraced sustainability in our fabric supply chain.
We now serve customers all over the country and are thrilled that we’re able to export products across the globe, as well. We hope you enjoy our sustainable textile and fabric products as much as we enjoy offering them to you. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to serve you!

Custom Made Fabrics Capacity

Our wholesale sustainable fabrics range from polyester, nylon, cotton, and custom-made/printed fabric. All of which are made of hand-picked eco-friendly raw materials, and manufactured in the most sustainable way.
Our wholesale sustainable fabrics include polyester, which is naturally made from recycled plastic bottles and other fabric waste. We believe recycling this kind of waste and turning them into fabric is a sustainable way to keep them out of the garbage…
Sustainable nylon fabric spontaneously breaks down in specific environmental circumstances. So, it doesn’t persist in nature for a long time. It is often made of recycled plastics or sustainable plant-based fibers. This fabric is widely…
Sustainable cotton is one of the most natural fabrics. It is usually produced in a way that minimizes its negative effects on the environment. In fact, it generally supports viable producer livelihoods, and its production follows long-term…

Fabrics OEM

Our wholesale sustainable fabrics also offer custom-made/printed sustainable fabric. We make it possible for our customers to get their desired fabric prints and design for their dressmaking projects in the most…

Why Us as Your Fabrics OEM?

We have a huge facility that is equipped with a state-of-the-art production process, incorporating the newest technology, concepts, and practices. Above all else, we ensure that we duly comply with sustainable fabric manufacturing standards to provide our customers with high-quality and eco-friendly products.
If it is in stock, the lead time will take 2 to 7 days. If the products are not in stock, it will take about 4-6 weeks to manufacture. When it comes to shipping, it usually takes 1-2 weeks depending on the client’s destination country.
There are many types of sustainable fabrics being offered in the market. But these are some of the most popular: Sustainable polyester, nylon, cotton, linen, lyocell, econyl, and recycled printed fabrics. These are also the common fabrics you may see on various clothing types and garments.
When you owned a fabric manufacturing company, you should apply at least some of its certificates for each standard. Such fabric standards are Fibre standards, Chemical control, Labour rights, and working conditions, Circular standards, and Fair Trade. Each of these standards has corresponding certificates you should apply before operating your sustainable fabric and textile business.
If you’re looking for sustainable fabrics, first you have to familiarize yourself with the common certifications of sustainable fabric. Then, you can ask each fabric and textile company/supplier for any of its owned fabric standards and certifications. They will surely share these certifications with you. If they don’t have any and they are just claiming to have sustainable fabrics, then you should start looking for other suppliers.

sustainable fabrics made of recycled materials

Recycled waste materials

Our fiber suppliers use waste materials including recycled nylon, recycled polyester, recycled cotton to reduce landfill waste and ocean pollution.

GRS certified manufacturing process

Sustainable nylon fabric spontaneously breaks down in specific environmental circumstances. So, it doesn’t persist in nature for a long time. It is often made of recycled plastics or sustainable plant-based fibers. This fabric is widely…

High quality finished products

Together, we can fix the recycling problem

FAQ’s

Sustainable fabrics are those fabrics and textiles produced using readily available natural raw materials and recycled materials that produce minimal to zero harmful effects of chemicals or toxins. Also, their production process is carried out in the most sustainable way as much as possible to lessen its manufacturing process’ adverse negative impact on the environment. Moreover, as compared to other synthetic fibers they are available at a cheaper price.
If it is in stock, the lead time will take 2 to 7 days. If the products are not in stock, it will take about 4-6 weeks to manufacture. When it comes to shipping, it usually takes 1-2 weeks depending on the client’s destination country.
There are many types of sustainable fabrics being offered in the market. But these are some of the most popular: Sustainable polyester, nylon, cotton, linen, lyocell, econyl, and recycled printed fabrics. These are also the common fabrics you may see on various clothing types and garments.
When you owned a fabric manufacturing company, you should apply at least some of its certificates for each standard. Such fabric standards are Fibre standards, Chemical control, Labour rights, and working conditions, Circular standards, and Fair Trade. Each of these standards has corresponding certificates you should apply before operating your sustainable fabric and textile business.
If you’re looking for sustainable fabrics, first you have to familiarize yourself with the common certifications of sustainable fabric. Then, you can ask each fabric and textile company/supplier for any of its owned fabric standards and certifications. They will surely share these certifications with you. If they don’t have any and they are just claiming to have sustainable fabrics, then you should start looking for other suppliers.