Bayona Linen European Flax  - 145G/M²
Bayona Linen European Flax  - 145G/M²
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Bayona Linen European Flax  - 145G/M²
Bayona Linen European Flax  - 145G/M²

Bayona Linen European Flax - 145G/M²

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Description (AI assisted)

The Bayona Linen European Flax is a high-quality fabric, perfect for a myriad of uses. Originating from Spain, this 100% linen fabric is characteristically lightweight at just 145 gsm and with a generous width of 148 cm. This fabric is ideal for tailoring stylish, comfortable pieces suitable for the permanent and Spring Summer 24/25 seasons.

Coming in refreshing white and delicate pink color groups, the Bayona Linen exhibits a smooth, plain pattern. This allows the naturally beautiful texture of the linen to truly shine through, making it a versatile fabric that appeals to a wide range of consumers.

This fabric not only boasts a seamless blend of style and comfort, but is also certified under the prestigious EUROPEAN FLAX® sustainability certificate. This ensures the fabric is produced according to stringent eco-friendly standards, reinforcing its appeal to environmentally conscious consumers.

Whether for retail or fashion design, this superior Spanish linen offers the perfect blend of durability, comfort and sustainability. Bayona Linen European Flax is an excellent choice for wholesalers seeking a versatile, eco-friendly fabric.

Additional Info

Listed wholesale price is for 500M; lead time and MOQ are estimated, to be verified with supplier

Product Details

Sustainability certificate:
100% Linen
Country Of Origin:
Fabric Type:
Fibre Type:
145 G/M²
1 M
Stock Service:
Supplier Region:
148 cm

About european flax®

EUROPEAN FLAX® is the guarantee of traceability for premium linen fibre grown in Western Europe. A natural sustainable fibre, cultivated without GMO free and irrigation (certified 99.9% by the European Confederation of Flax and Hemp). For more information, click here.