IS003 BLEACHED - 51% Linen / 49% Cotton - Light (4.3 oz/yd2) - 20.00 Yards

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At 4.3 ounces this 51% Linen/49 % Cotton blend brings together all of the things you love about linen, and the easy care of cotton, making this, a perfect pairing of two great fibers.

Fabric specifications:

Article : IS003
Content : 51% Linen / 49% Cotton
Type : BASIC
Thread size warp : 34
Thread size weft : 21.7
Thread count warp : 61
Thread count weft : 38
Weight : 4.3 oz/yd2
Width : 57 inch
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This fabric has a rougher hand than I expected
Reviewer: Jennifer

Also very hard to iron. I'm going to wash again to see if it softens more. Right now, highest temp/steam on iron is not removing all the wrinkling.

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Hello, We recommend ironing while the fabric is still damp after washing. You can also wet the cloth and roll it up so the moisture sinks into the linen fibers. This combined with a hot iron with lots of steam has proven to be a game-changer for us when we iron our linen.

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Reviewer: Barbara

This is not white, Bleached or any other. It is a Cream color. Very disappointed.

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Love this fabric.
Reviewer: Celia

So easy to work with! Has the look and hand of linen without the negative unraveling properties. Highly recommended!

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Mixed feelings
Reviewer: Susan

This is the first piece that I have ordered that is not 100% linen, mostly have the 5.3 oz softened. It is very different. Like the feel of it and the texture lines in the weave. Has a nice crispness after pressing. Either this is a short piece or more shrinkage than the 5.3oz as it is 3 1/2" less than three yards after the first wash and straightening. I will wash it a couple more times before I decide what to make out it or if to indigo dye.

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Excellent fabric content and weight
Reviewer: Anonymous

This fabric made a beautiful embroidered table runner.

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nice fabric
Reviewer: Cheryl

This made a beautiful table cloth for our church communion table. It hangs beautifully and is machine washable and dryable - just what we like! Thank you.

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Simply Wonderful
Reviewer: Daniel

I recently purchased this fabric to make a pair of summer shorts out of and it is, for lack of a better word, phenomenal! The slight extra weight this fabric has over other \"lightweight\" fabrics offered here makes it perfect for any projects where light is too light and middle is too heavy. It takes dyes beautifully after its been washed and creates an interesting cross hatch texture because the dye reacts differently to each fiber. Do yourself a favor and work with this fabric! Despite previous reviews on it, you most certainly will be required to iron it after every wash. I followed care instructions to the letter and it came out of the dryer with a pebbled texture to it. It easily ironed out though.

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Great material to sew and to wear
Reviewer: Anonymous

I have purchased the blend of linen/cotton several times and enjoy the feel of the fabric over linen. It is easy to work with and anything that I have made has turned out very nice. I work at a living history museum and I like that when I use the linen/cotton blend, I don't have to iron the garment after it comes out of the dryer. I would recommend the linen/cotton fabric for any garments on which you might use linen or cotton. My only complaint is that the linen/cotton blend does not come in stripes or other historical prints.

Love, love my curtains! I used IS003 to make them, and it was a pleasure to work with this fabric. I also made a summer bead spread and pillow covers. It is true! You can become addicted

Posted by Juana

Pillowcases in Burrito method.

Posted by Megumi

This shirt is a project in my book "Smoyg: Pattern Darning from Norway" by Yvette Stanton. The collar is worked on 40 count evenweave linen, in pattern darning. The shirt fabric is's lovely cotton linen blend fabric. I was really happy with how the fabric made up into a lovely crisp blouse. I really think that those of us who embroider should wear our embroidery more. I therefore have chosen to include embroidered garments in my most recent books. The book contains the instructions and pattern for the shirt and the embroidered collar, so that you can make one too.

Posted by Yvette
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