Natural Linen fabric by the yard. Great value, highest quality! Eco friendly.
Our premium quality linen fabric is softened and pre-washed nad nice to the touch. Do not shrink anymore. Strong, long fibres, Eko Certified. It is pure 100% natural flax linen fabric.
It is manufactured in Europe with international standard ISO 9001:2008
The fabric is 59 inches wide, (150cm) Medium weight, 185gr/m2, We send continuous yardage of the fabric.
If you want to buy few yards please ask about shipping costs first!
Softened Linen fabric is great for Natural Linen Home Decor, Linen Bedding, Linen Curtains, Table Linen and many more...
It is available in several dyed and un-dyed colors.
MAIN PROPERTIES OF FLAX :
• Healthy and Hypoallergenic • Great for sensitive skin including babies • Antibacterial, repels dust and dirt naturally, • anti-static • Has a light and airy hand • Is very absorbent, but dries quickly • Biodegradable, green product • Durable, strong and enduring fabric
MORE ABOUT THE FABRIC:
Flax linens’ natural properties keep your body cool in summer and warm in winter. Its casually wrinkly, non-fussy look offers soft, simple luxury and deeply restful sleep year-round for your entire family. Natural linen fabric is healthy, non-allergenic, antibacterial, biodegradable and green. Flax farming practices use far less water than cotton. Flax thrives in poor quality soil, and does not require fertilization; the tensile strength of flax linen is 2-3 times stronger than cotton and wears for decades. Though slightly more expensive than cotton or cotton blend bedding, flax linen will last decades longer and gets better (and less wrinkly) with every washing.
Our fabric is OEKO-TEX certified; It passes rigorous tests for conformity to the ecological requirements of the Oeko-Tex Standart 100. The linen does not contain any harmful substances and The OEKO-TEX® label indicates the additional benefits of tested safety for skin-friendly clothing and textiles.
You can read more about OEKO-TEX Certificate here: https://www.oeko-tex.com/en/manufacturers/manufacturers.xhtml
ADVANTAGES OF LINEN FABRICS:
COMFORT On hot summer days and nights flax wonderfully cools overheated body, in the winter protects us from the cold. It is airy and do not electify. In addition, flax has the highest of all the fibers ability to absorb moisture. After uptake of water up to 20% of its weight gives the impression of dry to the touch. Thus it is suitable for people who sweat easily, or fever.
DREAM Natural flax linen makes us sleep deeper and better regenerate and rest. According to research conducted by the Institute of Natural Fibres in Poznan in Europe
HEALTH Flax has extraordinary healing properties. The main components of therapeutic flax are antioxidants in it. Flax exhibits antibacterial and anti-allergic. Does not cause irritation or allergies. It is therefore recommended even for people with extremely sensitive skin as it has a variety of therapeutic properties and beneficial effect on the appearance of the skin. The fibers do not contain heavy metals and other harmful to the human body impurities.
DURABILITY Flax linen is aging like fine wine, time works in his favor! Moreover, it is extremely easy to care for. Thanks to its exceptional resistance to friction and tensile fibers, flax is one of the most rugged and durable fabrics. The passage of time, frequent washing and ironing does not reduce the properties of the fabric or its appearance, but makes it more soft and pleasant to the touch. ECOLOGY Fabrics made of pure linen is a green product. Natural linen fabric is fully biodegradable and waste-free.
WASHING AND CARE With each washing linen becomes softer and more absorbent. It is best to wash linen products in lukewarm water (30-40 Celcius degrees) Gentle washing machine cycle and mild detergent are best for linen. Do not use bleach with chlorine. Low spin is recommended. We do not recommend tumble dry. Ironing is not really a priority when it comes to linen items, unless they’re really crushed. After removing the fabric from the machine you can draw damp in good shape and hang. Still, if you prefer ironing, it would be a good idea to iron while the fabric is still damp. Otherwise, iron with steam at medium-to-hot.