WASHED LINEN FABRIC IN STRIPES - 190G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
Our Washed Linen Fabric in Stripes is an impressive high-quality fabric, originating from Lithuania, with its composition consisting of 100% linen. Fresh from our Spring Summer 23/24 collection, it boasts a multicoloured striping pattern that is sure to add uniqueness and vibrancy to any wholesale collection.
This fabric has been finished with our signature HA90 method, enhancing its texture and giving it an extremely luxurious feel. With a width of 145 cm and a weight of 190 gsm, it possesses a moderate thickness that is perfect for a multitude of applications, while still maintaining its breathable quality. This makes it perfect for creating lightweight garments, home décor or fashion accessories.
Moreover, our striped linen material falls under the Linen category, being predominantly made from the inherent natural fibers. It is not only appealing to look at but also holds an esteemed sustainability certificate of EUROPEAN FLAX®. This certificate affirms that the fabric is eco-friendly, produced in adherence to some of the most stringent environmental standards in the world.
In conclusion, our Washed Linen Fabric in Stripes is an exceptional choice for any wholesaler who is in search of a sustainable, durable, and multi-season fabric that doesn't compromise on aesthetic appeal. Investing in this material ensures that your client's products will not only have an eye-catching design but will also contribute positively to the planet.
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.