IL020 Handkerchief Light Blue Softened - 100% Linen Fabric - Light (3.7 oz/yd2) - 20.00 Yards, Width 58"

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Agnes Martin’s shimmering, Minimalist abstractions are infused with pale, crystalline light, capturing the indistinct atmosphere of half-forgotten memories.
Soft, baby blues like LIGHT BLUE were a recurring feature in her art, suggesting hazy, distant skies opening out across an imaginary (or half-remembered) horizon. She demonstrates how this color is striking and commanding enough to be the centre of attention, but it can also be complemented by other similarly soft hues, like pale pink, washed-out lavender, dusty blue or lemon yellow.

At a lighter weight of 3.5 ounces this 58 inch wide 100% linen is woven with finer threads to give it a smoother appearance. Referred to as lightweight or handkerchief linen, this fine, but surprisingly sturdy linen brings new meaning to the term "sheer elegance".

The cloth is Softened so we have added a softener to give it a silkier hand. The fabric has not been laundered so shrinkage will still have to be taken into consideration (shrinkage depends on fabric weave and laundering method).

Fabric specifications:

Article IL020 Handkerchief
Content 100% Linen
Width 58 inch
Weight 3.7 oz/yd2
Thread size warp 33.3
Thread size weft 33.3
Thread count warp 57
Thread count weft 44
20.00 Yard Bolt
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Customer Questions and Answers


Is this fabric 28 count? Is it suitable for hand embroidery?

Betsy • December 28, 2023
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This fabric is not 28 Count. Thread count warp: 57, Thread count weft: 44

Lauren • December 28, 2023
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Handkerchief Light Blue Softened - 100% Linen Fabric - Light (3.7 oz/yd2), Width 58"

This linen is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!! Soft, easy to work with. Love it!!!! Plan to purchase other colors. :)

Rosalie • May 18, 2024
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Such a pretty color!

Blue is my favorite color, all shades of it! And this one is really pretty - light pale blue, something like baby blue. The fabric quality is also great - very soft, pleasant to the touch, handkerchief thin. I made nightdresses which I sell on my Etsy shop ChooseLinen. It's flattering bias cut pattern, finished with a cute ruffle. They are sold out now, but I will make more - that's why I just bought more of this fabric! Please stop by and visit my shop!

Egle • October 4, 2022
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Blue slip

My favorite color is blue. So when I saw this fabric I knew I had to have it. I will be making a slip for myself to wear under dresses tend to ride up. What is left I will make something for my youngest granddaughter. I love linen! And I love this company!

Debbie • July 26, 2022
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Really pretty

This was so pretty and made a perfect kids summer dress. Exactly as described

Alice • May 31, 2022
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Beautiful color!

I made napkins for my daughters wedding. The color and fabric are so beautiful. I loved working with it.

Sue • May 10, 2021
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Nightgown and robe or duster. Robe is Tina Givens April pattern, version A. Added 4" to length. Can also be worn as a duster/cardigan with jeans. Nightgown is based off the TG Prairie pattern, top section straighten out and overskirt left off. Fun and swirly set in lightweight light blue.

Cynthia • July 13, 2023

Robe from ILO20 Light Blue

Lisa • October 10, 2022

Nightdress that I sell on my Etsy shop ChooseLinen.

Egle • October 4, 2022

I used my FS LIGHT BLUE Lightweight linen to make this dress. I used the Bluebell Sundress pattern from Flora Child Co. which is one of my favorite sources for patterns.

Heather • July 5, 2022

Made a loungedress. Love this pale blue. I did some decorative stitching on the hems for the first time. The fabric behaved so well. I use polyester thread because cotton draws the seams, heat makes the thread shrink.

Christi • April 21, 2022
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