Why Linen


Linen is durable
Linen is light and dries quick
Linen softens wash after wash
Linen only betters with age
Linen is a natural fiber with minimal environmental impact
Linen has history
The textile linen is made from the fibers of the flax plant and is one of the oldest fabrics in the world.
 Linen can absorb up to 20% of its weight in moisture before it feels damp, and easily releases moisture to the air to remain cool and dry to touch.
 Flax requires considerably fewer pesticides and fertilizers than other crops. The fibers are recyclable and eventually biodegrade.
 Linen is hypoallergenic and antibacterial –naturally!
 Linen protects you from the sun. It has shown to reduce gamma and solar radiation.
 Linen is one of the strongest natural fibers –it’s two to three times stronger than cotton.
 On average, linen fabrics have 12 times “longer life” than cotton and wool.
 The fabric is great during the summer months for it’s cooling sensations, but on the contrary, it is good in winter because of its warming features
 For ten thousand years or more, man has known this gentle gift of nature as the source of textiles with special properties: soft hand, rich color absorption, lasting durability and unrivalled comfort.
Linen is known as a high quality icon.
With today’s worldwide concern about the future of our planet, there’s a unique and wonderful opportunity to promote flax, the natural fiber we have been weaving for more than 150 years.