LINEN RECYCLED FABRIC IN CHECKS - 195G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Introducing our uniquely designed Linen Recycled Fabric in Checks, majorly composed of 80% organic cotton and 20% linen. This high-quality fabric hailing from the heart of Lithuania features an appealing check pattern in diverse color groups, including a lively multicolor and an earthy brown shades. With a standard width of 148 cm and a weight of 195 gsm, this fabric displays a firm but comfortable structure.
Manufactured with the HA90 finishing method, the fabric promises long-lasting resilience and robustness. It falls under our permanent season collection, making it a strong choice for year-round fashion endeavors. Given the fabric's primary fiber content being cotton, it offers the breathability and lightness that makes it perfect for warm weather but remains versatile enough for all seasons.
Most notably, our Linen Recycled Fabric in Checks is a testament to our commitment to environmentally responsible production. It's proudly certified by EUROPEAN FLAX®, attesting to its sustainable and ethical manufacturing processes. Besides its aesthetic appeal, the fabric's high organic cotton content makes it gentle against the skin, ensuring comfort without compromising style.
This fabric, from our premium linen category, showcases the timeless appeal of linen mixed with the added luxury and softness courtesy of its organic cotton blend. If you are looking to produce garments with a conscience and an edge, this multicolor, brown, check-patterned fabric could be the perfect choice for your collection.
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.