Arbon Stripes is an exquisite shirting fabric made of 95% cotton and 5% elastane. It was produced in a Swiss weaving mill and consists of fine pinstripes in white/light blue. Every stripe is approx. 2mm wide.
In English-speaking countries, this type of remnant is called ‘deadstock’. The designs are from the earlier collection of a well-known manufacturer. Offering the fabric at retail (instead of destroying it, as often happened in the past) is environmentally friendly and fits our times.