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Linen yarn is spun from the long fibers found just behind the bark in the multi-layer stem of the flax plant (Linum usitatissimum).

Linen Is All-Natural Fibre

Linen yarn is spun from the long fibers found just behind the bark in the multi-layer .

W.F. Leggett, after very intensive research into the history of linen, has written in The Story of Linen

It is known that linen cloth was produced in Egypt long enough ago to be a well-developed art by 3400 B.C. This fact is attested to by the linen cloth in a number of varieties and textures found in the tombs of the dynasties which ended about that time.Although handmade, some of the cloth was very fine and sheer – some of it was even called “woven air” – having more than 500 threads per inch, a weaving feat which is not duplicated even by modern machines. A robe of this fabric, it is said, could be drawn through s small finger ring.On the other hand, coarse linen cloth comparable to the canvas of today was also produced.It is truly impossible to learn which of the many natural fibres were first used for textile purposes or even to be sure how that particular fibre came to be used, but of the four chief textile fibres, wool cotton, silk and flax, the last is unquestionably the most ancient. Some anthropologists even declare that it is possible that linen had its origin not long after the advent of man. ed.

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Interesting facts about Linen Fabric

It is known that linen cloth was produced in Egypt long enough ago to be a well-developed art by 3400 B.C. This fact is attested to by the linen cloth in a number of varieties and textures found in the tombs of the dynasties which ended about that time.Although handmade, some of the cloth was very fine and sheer – some of it was even called “woven air” – having more than 500 threads per inch, a weaving feat which is not duplicated even by modern machines. A robe of this fabric, it is said, could be drawn through s small finger ring.On the other hand, coarse linen cloth comparable to the canvas of today was also produced.It is truly impossible to learn which of the many natural fibres were first used for textile purposes or even to be sure how that particular fibre came to be used, but of the four chief textile fibres, wool cotton, silk and flax, the last is unquestionably the most ancient. Some anthropologists even declare that it is possible that linen had its origin not long after the advent of man. ed.

7 useful tips for you before ordering your curtains, blinds or fabric

  1. Measuring Curtains: Please use a steel tape when measuring your curtains, as fabric tapes give a more inaccurate result Other good ways to get exactly the right measurements is to measure your old curtains if you are replacing existing curtains.
  2. We will calculate how wide curtains you need! You only need to give us the width of your curtain pole or track . Please find measuring instructions for your curtains from here: How To Measure Curtains.
  3. Roman Blinds include all the fixtures and fittings needed for the installation. It is super easy to put them up! They can be fixed to the ceiling (top-fix) or wall (face-fix).
  4. When you are choosing your curtain fabric or fabric for upholstery or loose covers, please remember that the fabric will look darker in larger areas.
  5. How wide will my curtains be? What does curtain fullness mean? How do we calculate the fullness when we make curtains for you? Please find below a guide for different fullness ratios for different curtain heading types. Read more about curtain fullness.
  6. We can make all our fabrics to curtains or blinds – unless stated otherwise. However as fabrics for upholstery and fabrics for loose covers need to be heavy and more hard wearing - therefore not all our fabrics are suitable for loose covers or upholstery.
  7. Before making any decisions please order your free sample swatches of the curtain fabric, upholstery fabric or fabric for loose cover which you are considering.

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