4C22 GRAPHITE Softened - 100% Linen - Heavy (7.1 oz/yd2)

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Master of understated elegance, Japanese printmaker Ando Hiroshige's dreamy, wistful landscapes are filled with the sleek and refined grey of GRAPHITE Linen.

In his quietly pensive scenes rich, warm grey tones become the solid mass of enduring trees, craggy rocks and distant mountains, iconic emblems that are built to last.

At a heavier weight of 7.1 ounces this 100% linen is referred to as Rustic due to its more textured look and feel. Durable and perfect for projects that require just a bit more substance.

Fabric specifications:

Article : 4C22 Rustic - Bortovka
Content : 100% Linen
Type : BASIC
Thread size warp : 11.6
Thread size weft : 11.6
Thread count warp : 38
Thread count weft : 32
Color : GRAPHITE
Weight : 7.1 oz/yd2
Width : 57 inch
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Excellent!
Reviewer: Ronald

Requested samples shipped fast, final choice Graphite Gray arrived quickly. Everything nicely packaged, great communication, gorgeous fabric. Becoming a large custom shade for a floor lamp. It's going to be beautiful! Thank you - excellent experience!

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MW
Very nice linen
Reviewer: Marilyn

I bought 3 yards of this to make dish towels to give as gifts (and some for myself of course.). I also bought 3 yards of this weight in natural so I can give one of each. So far have made 6 towels and can't wait to do a little embroidery on them to make even more special gifts. I found this to be the perfect weight for the towels, soft with a nice drape.

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DM
Lovely linen
Reviewer: Deborah

The graphite linen is absolutely beautiful! Such nice quality!

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CM
Exactly what I needed. Soft yet sturdy.
Reviewer: Cheri

This was my first time working with linen and I love it. Can't wait to do more. I made 15 Cross Back Aprons for a niece that needed them for her business. I first ordered a lighter linen which did not work so then I ordered the heavier linen. I prewashed and allowed for 3 inches of shrinking per yard. It washed wonderfully and came out so soft yet still sturdy enough to make an apron that should last for years. It has just enough weight to hold a pocket that doesn't sag. I'm looking forward to using more linen.

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JJ
Sew easy to work with
Reviewer: Jane

This is only my third project made from linen and it is the easiest fabric to work with. The weight of the heavy weight graphite was perfect for my daughters needs. I can't wait to make something else from linen.

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HC
Kinsale Cloak
Reviewer: Helen

I've been working with linen from fabrics-store.com for a few years now and I'm never disappointed. This Grey is perfect for shadow cloaks, that my LARP friends want. This particular cloak was a wedding cloak. The folkwear pattern was a bear, but the fabric was as forgiving as a lamb. The hand work was much easier than I had expected. This is a beautiful color, paired with the Dove Gray it was a beautiful accent to her wedding.

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CS
College Blanket
Reviewer: Carol

I used Graphite, Ginger, Natural and Monument for this double layer blanket. (Solid monument for backing). Serves as top sheet, blanket and bedspread. Lovely weight to it. I have yet to see a college kid use a top sheet! Also made him a set of "Dorm Towels" as they don't have to be washed as often and dry quickly.

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College Blanket
Reviewer: Carol

I used Graphite, Ginger, Natural and Monument for this double layer blanket. (Solid monument for backing). Serves as top sheet, blanket and bedspread. Lovely weight to it. I have yet to see a college kid use a top sheet! Also made him a set of "Dorm Towels" as they don't have to be washed as often and dry quickly.

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VL
A modern charcoal linen
Reviewer: Vicky

My graphite linen just arrived, it is exactly the color I was expecting, a nice deep modern charcoal. I will be making a linen throw with mini pompom trim. Can't wait to start working with this beautiful fabric!

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Erika profile image Wonderful
Reviewer: Erika

This is my absolute favorite fabric. It washes well, is durable, and still so soft.

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Michael profile image Beautiful, easy to work
Reviewer: Michael

This beautiful gray garment weight linen is very forgiving. It was used to make my first pair of 18th century men's breeches. There were many alterations and, other than edge fraying, it held up beautifully with no problems ripping and re-sewing. After washing 3 times, it had a soft hand and is pleasant against the skin. Beware: you must wash this fabric and dry it hot at least three times before using it. A lot of lint will come off and it will shrink a little, too.

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KR
Love this color!
Reviewer: Anonymous

A fabulous dark grey color and linen is wonderful! I washed and dried it a few times to remove the excess lint. I am making a tablecloth and some drawstring pants out of this linen.

Made a linen and leather cross-body tote.

Posted by Anne

I made a pair of overalls out of this fabric. I was a little afraid when it first came because the material was quite stiff and almost canvas-like. I went ahead and washed it, hoping that would solve the problem and it did! It's sturdy but soft, just the right weight for pants. The linen gets lovelier with each wash and these overalls are so comfortable!!!

Posted by Rosalie

I made a set of bath towels with this linen. I love how this linen softens when it's washed. I gave this set as a gift so I am now making more for myself.

Posted by Robyn

I love the color and rustic feel of this fabric for this loose top. Great for the transtion to Fall.

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Posted by Carol

I love all the 4C22 fabrics, and graphite has been a top seller. This is a pinafore I made in it: portlandaproncompany.com

Posted by Erika

The more I work with the 4C22 linen the more I like it. This color is fantastic and I will definitely use it again. This is a tunic for a foam fighting medieval combat society.

Posted by Ellie
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