Sacred Geometry fabric. The design is digitally printed on organic cotton elastane jersey fabric.
Designed by: Tanya Tillack
95% GOTS Certified Cotton 5% elastane
220GSM (grams per square metre)
Sacred Geometry is all about finding meaning, sometimes spiritual, in shapes and proportions. A lot of recurring shapes and sequences can be found in the architecture of nature leading to the idea of a higher power of creation, that the shapes and mathematical sequences aren’t simply randomised. This design has the most prominent and well known shapes and sequences such as Metatron’s Cube, The Fibonacci Spiral and The Flower of Life as well as many others.
Cotton elastane jersey fabric is perfect for making clothing for all ages. The stretchiness and softness makes it brilliant for baby clothing and for those with sensitive skin. It’s also the perfect fabric for leggings, pants, dresses and t-shirts.
This fabric is designed and sold in the Lincolnshire Wolds (UK), and printed in Europe.
There are plenty of free clothing patterns available to download to get you started if you’re not sure what to make. We’ve made a small list of some of the popular PDF patterns over on our blog page here https://secondstarfabric.co.uk/free-pattern-round/
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GOTS certified organic cotton means that the entire process of manufacturing is ethical and sustainable and all parts of the process have to adhere to strict standards from the farming of the cotton itself including the social implications, worker’s rights and conditions, right through to final printing process. All dyes and inks are strictly regulated to ensure biodegradability and that no harmful substances are used. To read more about the GOTS certification process you can visit the information page https://www.global-standard.org/the-standard/general-description.html