IL084 Narrow Width Olivier White/mazarine Blue Mlt-24 Softened - 100% Linen Fabric - Heavy (7.1 oz/yd2), Width 19"

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This is a 19" wide twin to the 4C22 Rustic linen line.

Woven out of the same size thread and with the same thread density this IL084 is just woven to be narrow. That means less cutting time for you and you can get to the fun part of using your linen items sooner.

At a heavier weight of 7.1 ounces a square yard 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.

Yarn Dyed fabrics are made using threads that are dyed separately before being woven. This allows for a larger variety of patterns and designs that stand out from the base fabric color. Design created exclusively for F|S.

Narrow width cloth is great for:

  • Shopping bags
  • Purses
  • Placemats
  • Runners
  • Decorative pillows
  • Kitchen towels
  • Appliance covers
  • Potholders
  • Cushions

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 IL084 Narrow Width
Content 100% Linen
Type YARN DYE
Color MLT-24
Width 19 inch
Weight 7.1 oz/yd2
Thread size warp 11.6
Thread size weft 11.6
Thread count warp 38
Thread count weft 32

Customer Questions and Answers

MC

How would this material hold up on chair cushions for a breakfast room?

melinda • February 14, 2024
Lauren profile image F|S Team

This fabric is rustic due to its more textured look and feel and durable for projects that require just a bit more substance. So this will hold up well for cushions.

Lauren • February 14, 2024
JB

Will this fabric be heavy for a PJs set?

Julieta • October 25, 2023
Lauren profile image F|S Team

This fabric is actually too narrow to make a PJ's set unless you are piecing strips of this 20" wide fabric together. We recommend our IL019 fabric for pajamas.

Lauren • October 25, 2023
SR

Can you please send a link to the kitchen towel tutorial you once had? Please and thank you.

Sharon • March 21, 2023
Maureen  profile image F|S Team

I will email the tutorial to the email we have on file for you.

Maureen • March 21, 2023
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EM
Perfect kitchen toweling.

This is such a fun durable fabric. They do look like fruitstripe gum! I made tea towels for Christmas gifts. Using a decorative stitch in a matching color on frayed edge, decorative accent stitches above and straight stitch on rolled hem. I'm sure they will be a huge hit. I will be ordering more for myself to make a table runner and placemats.

Elaine • September 6, 2022
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SB
Easy to sew with and easy to use when completed

I made 3 kitchen towels with 3 yards of fabric cut to 32" length. No need to cut the width as it's a narrow fabric. I hemmed the top and bottom with a simple double fold and stitched it down. The remaining 18" of fabric I use for another project. They were laundered and ironed. These are the perfect weight for a kitchen towel and I love them for draping over a loaf of bread as it raises. No loose loops of thread (as a terry cloth towel has) to stick into the dough, and not to heavy a towel to impede the dough from raising. These towels would make great bread bags. I used mine (made from a different color) to wash and dry all the items I used on a heavy baking day and they met the need. This fabric is nicely absorbent, and soft in my hand. I'll be making more for family and friends for Christmas gifts

Susan • September 5, 2022
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MC
Fabulous linen!!

I LOVE this linen! I washed mine on warm 2 times and semi dried it on medium before sewing. It measured out at 18-1/2" wide after shrinking so much less shrinkage than the past toweling I have purchased. Made dish towels w/ fringed ends. Still working in them as I bought 7 colors and am making 1 of each to start. Then with left over fabric I am making 2 sided coasters with all edges fringed 1/4". I started with 5" squares. I made each side a different color stripe. Orange and pink, etc. just LOVE them all and am making for gifts!

Mary • August 10, 2022
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CH
Gorgeous color!

I purchased 10 yards of 8 colors. I made towels...one yard..each after washing (HOT water, HOT dryer) for gifts. The colors are so beautiful, I want to keep them all.. I discovered with my other linen towels...that they make amazing and miraculous lettuce keepers. A discovery born of laziness. I decided to not get out the salad spinner and simply washed and shook off my romaine lettuce leaves...placing them on a linen towel..wrapped and put in the FREE large, thicker produce bag from the grocery store. Let me tell you....lettuce stays crisp, vibrant and perfect for a LONG time. I've kept romaine, iceberg and parsley...in pristine condition for way over a week.... I could have made bag...but the towel is perfect and a multi-tasker. So...8 of my 10 yards became gifts...a towel and a grocery store plastic bag..with use instructions. Extremely easy to make and loved by the recipients! TIP: Wash in unscented laundry detergent...or the lettuce will taste like the detergent smells. Ask me how I know!!!

Carla • April 25, 2022

I hemmed the fabric and made kitchen towels. This is a photo of one that came right out of the dryer. They iron up to perfection if you have time for that.

Sara • January 21, 2024

LOVE your linen, and love hand embroidery. And.....I have a passion for dish towels.

Rosemary • April 4, 2023

These are jeans I made from your linen toweling. I made them larger to accommodate future shrinkage. The pattern is "Get Away Jeans " from sewing workshop.

LaVaughn • January 17, 2023

I bought 3 yards of 7 of the colors and made 4 hands towels each. This will make beautiful gifts and liven up my own kitchen. I love the colors. Like Juicy Fruit Gum. I did not pre wash as it wasn't going to make a difference. I cut 27" widths and surged and turned the ends. I left the salvage on. Quick and easy. The towels dry so fast you really don't have to put them in the dryer. Even in humid south Florida. Posted by Joyce

Joyce • June 5, 2022

I made the Akira pants with this "towel" fabric. The pattern gives plenty of ease, I made these in size 4 instead of 10 as was recommended for my waist size since I have no hips, lol! It was so easy to work with! I just started making garments a few months ago and had not made pants since 8th grade home-ec, 38 years ago. The directions & photo explanation booklet made it very easy. I've now made 4 pairs all with different variations. I did flat felled seams in these. The heavier weight will make these last forever & after washing & drying they are so soft & comfortable!

KyleLynn • April 24, 2022
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