A finer quality medium weight 100% linen just arrived and went on sale!
It still weighs the familiar 5.3 ounces/yard2 and can be used to make everything medium weight linen is used for.
The thread size used in 1C64 is thinner than the thread used in other medium weight linen fabrics.
In order to get finer thread, long staple linen had to be used.
Long staple linen fiber is usually reserved to make handkerchief linen. It is the reason handkerchief linen is incredibly smooth to the touch and has fewer picks and chaff.
With thinner thread and to keep this linen fabric a medium weight 5.3 ounces/yard2, the thread count was increased 10% making this cloth denser than other medium weight linen. The higher thread count makes 1C64 shrink less.
The quality of yarns and the change in construction gives 1C64 a very smooth surface and a more lustrous feel. These qualities are what make 1C64 linen the top pick when choosing linen for personal items that are meant to be close and used on the daily basis.
This fabric is ideal for embroidery and other delicate projects. It has been used for hand towels and napkins with embroidery and hemstitch in monasteries in US as well as Europe.
Since it is a medium weight, it can also be used for garments, bedding, table linens, curtains, and hand towels.
Receiving requests from you for finer, but not sheer linen fabric we brought the 1C64.
This fabric is where quality meets great price.
For this week only, until Sunday February 15th – this fine quality medium weight linen is 10% off.
Enter here to go directly to the discounted middle-weight 100% fine linen and save 10%!