Fabric Offcuts, also called fabric remnants, are the portions of material that are left over from production runs after the patterns have been cut. Offcuts can range from very small - just a few inches, to meters long. It is common practice for these fabric offcuts to be discarded, giving them an early demise in our landfills.

We pattern our garments, and produce on a schedule that creates as little waste as possible. Then, we transform what is left into our coveted underwear and scrunchies.