Eco-friendly yarn label

What is an eco-friendly yarn label?

An eco-friendly yarn label is a type of clothing label created using eco-friendly and sustainable materials. These labels have minimal environmental impact, and the making processes are much better than those of other fabrics. Companies can decrease their environmental impact by using such labels and promoting better manufacturing processes.

What are the characteristics of eco-friendly yarn labels?

With so many fake fabrics and claims of being eco-friendly, you must be careful while finding the right eco-friendly yarn label fabric. Let’s look at some characteristics of such fabric.

Sustainable Materials

Almost every eco-friendly fabric is made from sustainable materials, which are either recycled, biodegradable, or renewable.

Non-toxic Dyes

Even when designs are added to such fabrics, they are done using better dyes and inks. Such inks are non-toxic and free from harmful chemicals.

Energy-efficient Production Process

The manufacturing processes for eco-friendly yarn labels are also energy-efficient and clean. These processes do not produce smoke that harms the environment; they also keep the carbon footprint under specified levels without polluting the environment.

Reduced Waste

The production processes also reduce waste by depending on alternative energy forms and resource waste. Moreover, these processes can also recycle eco-friendly yarn labels that were developed before.

What are good examples of eco-friendly fabrics?

Eco-friendly labels can be created from various fabrics, as there are many different types of eco-friendly fabrics. But let’s look at the leading eco-friendly fabrics often used in making such labels.

Organic Cotton

As the name suggests, this is an organic version of cotton fabric grown without pesticides or fertilizers.


Bamboo is a fast-growing plant with strong fibers. It is also biodegradable and can be easily regrown.


Hemp is another biodegradable, renewable fabric strong enough for garment labels.


Tencel is created from wood pulp, which is biodegradable and has an environment-friendly development process.

Recycled Polyester

Polyester can also be made from plastic bottles or older polyester fabrics. This reduces wastage and promotes recycling without impacting quality.