Linen fabric 100%, 205g/m², w:144cm, stonewashed light lavender
Composition: 100% linen, stonewashed
Width: 143±4 cm, Weight: 205 g/m²
Tone: berry red
Maintenance: machine wash max 40° degrees.
Washed repeatedly and thus a very soft fabric. This fabric is perfect for sewing clothing, table linen, bed linen, curtains and other various interior decorations. Suitable for making clothes immediately and in the subsequent washing, the item of clothing does not shrink.
The purchase step is 1 meter.
The stonewashed linen fabrics has been pre-washed many times and is therefore suitable for making the product immediately. If you wash fabric later then srinkage is essentially not exist and the stone-washed linen fabric is therefore very soft. Plain linen fabric must be washed before making the garment. A fabrics with a high linen content has several advantages over a regular cotton fabric. At the same time, linen fabric is up to three times stronger and more wear-resistant. Due to its porosity, linen fabric absorbs moisture quickly and also dries quickly. The linen fabric feels pleasantly fresh and cool on the body due to the fast dissipation of heat and moisture generated by the body.
After each wash, the linen fabric softens, but does not turn faded or dull over time. Flax does not cause allergic reactions, it accumulates less dirt, soap and scale, so it is well suited for small children or people with skin problems.
Linen fabric is resistant to static electricity and therefore does not electrify easily. The linen product is also an environmentally friendly and waste-free product with a small ecological footprint. Linen fabric does not get dirty so easily because it is slippery, smooth and less dirt-resistant on the surface. It is recommended to wash linen products at 40 °. The detergent must not contain fabric-damaging bleach. Linen fabric should not be scrubbed, avoid a strong machine wash program, suitable a gentle wash cycle. Tumble drying is not recommended. When ironing, linen must always be damp. When ironing with steam or humid temperatures, the surface of the linen fabric becomes smooth.