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Nov
2015
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How it‘s Made? Find out More About Linen

Although most of us love linen, wear linen clothes and use linen sheets, there are very few people who know how this amazing and all-natural fabric is made. Today we have prepared some information that will help you easily understand the process of linen manufacturing.

How linen is made ?

Linen fabric is made from the flax plant. It is a plant that is not difficult to grow, since it easily grows in a moist soil. The most important thing in manufacturing linen fabric  is separating the flax fibres from the plant. It is a hard job and surprisingly some of it is still being done by hand since it has to be done very carefully. Once the cellulose fibre is separated from the woody core it is considered to be prepared for threading. The fibre is used to produce thread, yarn and other types of linen material. Linen threads are woven into pieces of fabric and various products are made of it.

Linen is a great fabric that is perfect for any weather because of its attribute of keeping your body chilled in the summer and warming you up in the winter. Linen products because softer and softer after multiple washings and are considered to last you a lifetime. Linen absorbs humidity and is a perfect choice for clothing, bedding and even towels.

2
Feb
2013
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Cleaning Your Linen Upholstery

Linen fabric is famous for being strong, absorbent and breathable and therefore it is popular choice to produce variety of items, e.g. linen bath towels, line bed sheets, linen clothing, bandages and upholstery. Linen upholstery really looks cool on different kinds of furniture, but it has to be taken proper care of to keep its looks. Clean your linen upholstery on a regular basis and have it looking great!

Linen Upholstery

First of all – consult the attached care label to determine whether your linen upholstery should be dry cleaned or can be machine washed. If there is no label or you have doubts about them or about your own competence – do not hesitate and hire a professional linen upholstery cleaner. He or she will surely know what to do – either to clean the items dry or steam clean or wash by hand etc. Read More

12
Sep
2012
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Choosing Your Upholstery (incl. Linen) Fabric

The type, colors, patterns of your upholstery fabrics influence the flavor of a room a lot. There are a lot of upholstery fabrics options which include upholstery linen fabric, synthetic materials, cotton, leather and types of other cloths; even such delicate fabrics as silk and organza are getting popular among interior decorators and home makers. Even linen, traditionally more used for clothing and home textile, is getting highly appreciated in home and furniture décor.

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Choosing upholstery fabrics needs proper planning and knowledge. Not every fabric will add style, feel, and durability to the room.

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16
Aug
2012
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Compare Upholstery Linen Fabric with Other Classic and Contemporary Upholstery Fabrics

One of the most wanted materials for upholstery is upholstery linen fabric. It is durable, strong, antistatic, smooth and cool to the touch. It has luxurious looks and is appreciated by those loving natural materials. The natural shades of it vary from pale grey to ivory, ecru and tan. But there are other upholstery fabrics, let’s find out what they are.

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24
Jul
2012
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Upholstery Linen Fabric for Your Comfortable and Beautiful Furniture

Lots of people know how versatile and widely used linen fabric is: there are linen clothes, linen kitchen linen, linen bedlinen, linen scarves, and even linen shoes. But only few are aware of upholstery linen fabric. Yes, linen is used for upholstery! Read on and find out why linen upholstery fabrics makes more sense than almost any other fabric.

Upholstery linen fabrics

1. Linen fabric is very strong and this makes it extremely durable. Your furniture covered with linen will not show any signs of wear for a long time. Read More