IL030 Gauze Bleached - 100% Linen Fabric - Very Light (2.8 oz/yd2) - 0.80 Yard, Width 57"
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Bleached color is achieved by "stripping" the natural pigment out of the fibers( just like you would with bleaching hair). What you are left with is a very soft shade that is just ever so slightly an off-white color.
Bleached is the basics of any project and loves being dyed. It is actually what we use to dye the colors. A truly versatile base and a must-have addition to your fabric repertoire.
The beautiful open weave texture of this linen gives it a light, airy opaque look, making it an excellent choice for apparel, intimate apparel, accessories, interior design projects and so much more. This cloth is 57 inches wide.
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Customer Questions and Answers
I'm looking for light linen to line a linen dress. Would you recommend this weight or a little heavier?
You should take a look at our handkerchief linen IL020 it is a bit heavier than the Gauze IL030. Either one works for lining.
Would this make good handkerchiefs? If not, what else would you recommend?
This is a gauze linen and although lightweight our customers tend to use a tightly woven lightweight linen such as IL020 for handkerchiefs.
I have never seen with gauze linen fabric. Since I am thinking g this would be too sheer to wearas an unlined garment, what would you recommend using to line a blouse or dress made from this gauze?
Yes it can and is used for lining a variety of garments. If you have some time we do have samples for purchase so you can see of it will work for your intended project.
What is the best linen for napkins
The most popular choice for napkins is our middleweight linens, however, any of our basic linens can be used for napkins, but it usually comes down to the look, weight and color you are wanting for your project.
when washed will this fabric have a natural wrinkle / texture to it? Looking to make gauze sheer curtains and want a natural / wrinkled look I see on Etsy
If you want a gently crumpled textured look, then this fabric will give you that fresh from the wash and dry, if you want more of that texture, you can air dry with the fabric laying flat.
I want to make handkerchiefs for my husband. Is this a good linen? If not please let me know which one I should use. I plan to embroider his initials on them- machine or hand.
We would recommend our IL020 Handkerchief linen, or for hand embroidery our 1C64 medium weight linen
What is the shrinkage rate of IL030 bleached . I have created a garment with your fabric and did not pre-wash and dry before hand. Please advise .
Using our recommended wash instructions you can expect a 7-10% shrinkage. Please visit our help center to view the recommended wash method as well as helpful articles on expected shrinkage. support.fabrics-store.com/hc/en-us
Would you use the gauze for a slip or would the handkerchief weight be more suitable?
Our customers prefer the Handkerchief weight linen IL019 since it has a tighter weave and a smoother hand.
Can you tell me what percentage IL030 shrinks, warp and weft, please? Thank you! Julie
This fabric shrinks up to 10% on the unsoftened fabric and up to 7% on the softened fabric along the warp and weft :)
what patterns would you recommend for this linen?
I bought 39 yds of this and it came on a bolt. I am making long 90x wof rod pocket curtains with it. How much extra should I add to my measurement to allow for shrinkage?
Hello We recommend adding 10% of your total for shrinkage for this fabric.
Hi. Can you tell me what are the main uses for this particular type of linen? It is so thin. I wonder if it is sturdy enough for embroidery work if I use a stabilizing paper that dissolves in water?
The beautiful open weave texture of this linen gives it a light, airy opaque look, making it an excellent choice for apparel, intimate apparel, accessories, interior design projects and so much more. Yes, you can embroider on this fabric.
Does this fabric require any pre-treatment before an all-over, saturated dye?
We have several articles on our blog that will guide you on how to dye your linen - please refer to this link but usually a scour is what is normally done to pre-treat the linen before dying. blog.fabrics-store.com/?s=dye&amp;post_type=post
Are there any other colors in the gauze? Or is it seasonal?
Only the listed colors are available, we do not offer this fabric in dyed colors, sorry.
I love the way this linen feels, I'll be doing lots of sewing in the Fall, setting my sights for summer 2024 to wear.
I don't know why since this fabric is 100% linen but it doesn't feel like it. I've bought lots of yardage from this site and been very pleased with my purchases but this one is distinctly different in feel.
Hello, We're sorry you don't like the feel of this fabric. Since this fabric doesn't have a softener applied to it, it will feel stiff to the touch. Upon washing it will soften up considerably, and continue to soften up with repeated washing and wearing. If you want to speed up the softening process, please consider our softener, which is designed especially for our linen fabrics. You only need to use it once for great results. If you're still not 100% sure about this fabric please do get in contact with us by phone or email and we'll be happy to help how we can.
First time I've sewn with this fabric and it is beautiful. I am so happy with his bathroom curtain. I keep running to the hallway to just look at how beautiful and soft the natural light shines through it!!!
:::happy sigh::: I'm going to go completely blind embroidering this. :) It's so fine and even. I already have the silk threads to start. I thought that perhaps they would be too thin for the fabric. Not at all!
I think this linen is fairly durable for a gauze. It also dyes well.
I used this lightweight linen to create a viking-style underdress/chemise. Because of the heavy smocking, this gauzy fabric was perfect. The dress is still very breezy, and not as heavy as it would be with heavier weave. I dyed the linen salmon pink with avocado pits. It dyes like a charm and keeps the colour.
Very nice linen, loosely woven. Perfect for undergarments and summer shirts, but because of the weave, see-through. My pattern was self-drafted, based on a historical XVI c. shirts. I dyed it with avocado pits to be salmon pink, it dyed beautifully and holds the colour well. In the future, I would use something more closely woven for a project like that, but this fabric has a nice drape which would be perfect for dresses with an underlay.
When the folks at Fabric Store offered me the chance to start a series, I jumped (anxiously) at the chance to share more of that journey, to try more of their delicious fabric and see if I could use this as an opportunity to push myself out of my comfort zone. For my first project I picked this lightweight gauzey linen with ideas about a breezy beach coverup using a new sewing technique I'd seen. Or a shirt with appliquéd linen butterflies on the arms. I was fully ready to challenge the classic clean lines and safe sews my wardrobe is full of.
FABRIC SAMPLE DETAILS
IL030 Gauze Bleached - 100% Linen - Very Light (2.8 oz/yd2)
Sample Size: 2" x 3.5" (Including Swatch Card)
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FABRIC CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Please note that some of our darker or more vibrant shades will have some residual dye run off or bleeding. It is important that you launder or treat like colors with like colors so that you do not compromise the integrity of any other colors, fabrics or garments during the launder process.
We also suggest that if you are combining one or more of these types of colors with lighter colors that you pre-wash the linens seperately and once the item is completed do not launder again, but Dry Clean.
- Machine wash cold.
- Gentle cycle.
- Only non-chlorine. Bleach if needed.
- Tumble dry low.
- Medium steam iron.
- Do not use Perm Press cycle in wash or dry