Linen Print - 160G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Our Linen Print fabric, available for wholesale, originates from Lithuania and is a luxurious offering of 100% linen. This fabric is certified with the prestigious EUROPEAN FLAX® sustainability certificate. This ensures that it is produced to the highest standard of environmental consciousness and promotes sustainable living.
The fabric has been expertly crafted with an impressive width of 143 cm and a weight of 160 gsm, promising both fantastic durability and a lightweight feel. Mainly, this fabric's properties make it an excellent material for crafting garments, particularly for the Spring Summer 23/24 season, suggesting its suitability for warmer weather.
Embodying a tasteful animal print pattern, this linen print fabric offers a sophisticated blend of fashion-forward design and timeless elegance. The playful pattern is presented in white and multicolor groups, lending a versatile appeal that can adapt to various fashion styles and crafting requirements.
Finally, the fabric has been finished using the HA90 method, which promises a comfortable wear and feel upon use. This special finishing technique also contributes to the fabric's longevity, maintaining its performance and appearance, even after frequent use and washes.
To summarize, our Linen Print fabric is a high-quality, sustainable choice that showcases an appealing blend of style, comfort, and durability. Its distinctive pattern, combined with the softness and natural feel of the linen, makes it an alluring choice for both fashion and home goods creation.
Linas is a vertically integrated mill, based in Lithuania. The company is well-known for its fabrics made from linen, a long-lasting fiber that does not use pesticides or other chemicals to grow. With 60 weaving machines, Linas produce ~ 60,000 meters of fabrics per month.
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.