Linen - 125gsm White textured grid 0.5m
Origin: Our European Flax® fibre is grown and processed in France, then spun, dyed and woven in China.
Composition: 100% Linen, Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified.
The first of our new classic linen textured grid collection, white with a self stripe grid.
A beautiful alternative to flat white. If like me your uniform consists of a white linen top with any of your bottoms, this is the fabric for you!
100% linen is a favourite for many of us as an easy-care, everyday garment fabric. Renowned for being an incredibly strong and durable fibre, our linen begins with a crisp hand that will soften with each wash.
Light, breathable, cool and comfortable. Linen is our go-to choice for relaxed shapes when creating elegant and timeless pieces.
This is a light weight linen at 125gsm and may require a lining depending on its intended use. Please order a free swatch card to check the opacity, hand feel, colour and texture, prior to purchase.
See all the colours in our custom linen collection here.
Please note: Monitor settings can change the way these colours are viewed on screen. A free swatch card with the full linen collection is available to help eliminate any guess work!
Anything you would normally consider making from white linen. The subtle textured in this linen isn't overwhelming which means it would really work for any shape you have in mind. An Ogden cami, or a Peppermint Wrap top would work beautifully. For a dress try one like Janelle's self drafted beauty in this video
We recommend washing this fabric before use in the same way you intend to care for your finished garments. Pre-washing will help remove any shrinkage before beginning your project.
If machine pre-washing, we do suggest a delicate cycle and using a gentle detergent to help retain colour vibrancy. Avoid detergents with optic whiteners, unless it's white linen!
Hand washing is the preference for most when caring for linen hand mades. This will help to retain the colour vibrancy and give you longevity for your garment. Alternatively, try reducing the amount of times you wash your hand mades wherever possible. The environment and your garments will thank you!