Oyster shell fabric

Oyster shell fabric is produced by grinding up discarded oyster shells, which are a byproduct of the seafood industry, into a fine powder. This powder is then mixed with a binding agent made from corn starch or a similar plant-based material to create a flexible fabric-like material.

The resulting fabric is biodegradable, non-toxic, and has a similar texture to leather or suede. It can be used to make a variety of products, including clothing, shoes, and accessories.

Oyster shell fabric is a sustainable alternative to traditional textiles because it utilizes waste materials and avoids the use of synthetic materials and chemicals. It also has a lower environmental impact than traditional leather, which requires significant resources to produce and has been linked to deforestation and other environmental issues.