IL090 NATURAL - 100% Linen - Canvas (8 oz/yd2)

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A heavier linen at 8.1 ounces it is referred to as canvas weight , this linen is perfectly suited for projects that require a sturdier yet still fashionable linen.

Fabric specifications:

Article : IL090
Content : 100% Linen
Type : BASIC
Thread size warp : 9.1
Thread size weft : 9.1
Thread count warp : 36
Thread count weft : 25
Color : NATURAL
Weight : 8 oz/yd2
Width : 57 inch
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AB
Love this linen
Reviewer: Ann

Love the color and weight of this linen. Such great customer service at this store. This was sent for me to try after I didn't like another heavy weight linen. Still not sure if I will make a slipcover for a chair out of this. Is very wrinkled after being washed and partially dried. Maybe softened would be better. Still thinking about it. LOVE this store.

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Vyada profile image Very easy to work with
Reviewer: Vyada

I made a chaise cover and I love how it turned out, it gives this modern chair a very relaxed and natural feel

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MH
two couches and one chair
Reviewer: Mary

Love this material--I am going to post my work, if I can figure it out that is.

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Lauren

Hello, if you'd like us to post photos on your behalf just let us know by emailing it through to us. Our email is ask {at}fabrics-store.com

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CK
Bath towel
Reviewer: Carole

I made two bath towels using 1 yd each. I don't know if the resulting towel would be enough for a big guy, but for me (5'3")? OMG... I absolutely love the roughness of the linen after showering.....which just plain feels so great on the skin. I totally hate those slippery soft poofs called 'bath towels' that not only don't help exfoliate winter dry skin, neither do they absorb! Linen is the only way to go.

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Anna profile image Always Perfect
Reviewer: Anna

There is a small shop feeling to this company. I love that. I think that is why I prefer not to go shopping for a different price or source. I feel I'm getting something more than the beautiful linen I choose to buy. The choice of products offered is totally satisfying and the sales as well the choice of artwork for marketing makes me feel at home. Someone here has a great eye and a love of color, so I'm safe. The latest of my linen purchases is a perfect example. It's beautiful and inspiring. I will practice block printing with it. I'm Happy!

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NM
Get 1 yard per towel
Reviewer: Nick

I ordered 4 yards and made 4 towels, 57 inch tall, by 36 wide minus hems. Wash them really hot a couple times and they soften up. They are really nice. I do wish it was very slightly heavier weight.

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KS
Bread Bag Christmas Gifts
Reviewer: kris

I ordered this fabric for some linen bread bags I was hoping to make for Christmas gifts. Oh my word! The fabric could not have been more perfect! They were absolutely beautiful and all of the recipients were blown away by the quality. I am so thankful I happened on this website. This is the third time I have ordered and I have never been disappointed!

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VG
Heavenly bath sheets
Reviewer: Viv

Used this for bath sheets. I love the middle weight linen bath sheets I made, so tried with this. After a couple washes, they are soft, absorbent, and a wonderful weight and drpe.

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MM
Made gorgeous bath towels!
Reviewer: Mj

I felt immensely pleased with myself after using this fabric to make bath towels; but really, all the credit should go to the fabric itself. Thanks to others' reviews, I knew I should expect some shrinkage, and also that it would be better if I hemmed the fabric before laundering it. I bought three yards to make two bath sheets, one baby bath towel, and two hand towels. Each adult bath sheet took 1 yard of fabric, and the third yard went to the three other towels. I hemmed all the towels first, and only then did I wash them, in the hottest water my machine can do. Machine dried after. And they are glorious! I had the best toweling experience of my life using one for the first time—the water practically leapt off my skin into the towel. Other pros: they take up less room, both in the bathroom, the closet, and the washing machine. They dry so fast compared to cotton towels. And the natural linen is way less processed than cotton, so more earth-friendly to boot. Thank you!

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CS
Love love love
Reviewer: Carol

I love this linen. Best weight for bath/beach towels. Making a bunch for the beach as they dry so quickly. Also remade a cover for a "coolaroo" dog bed along with a piece of heavy weight. Gus loves it! Making another to keep at the beach. I'll attempt to post pics P.S. Linen bath towels can be an acquired taste. But they're great for the environment (less washing/drying), great for exfoliating, and take up less space in your closet. I love them

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Natural lL090 Linen
Reviewer: Gretchen

Love Love Love this weight Linen. I made large bath towels and am now working on a robe.

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RS
Organic rustic and heavy linen
Reviewer: Rhedia

I bought this fabric to use on the back of my pillows as I like the plain heavy look. I usually will use up smaller pieces, back them with a medium quilting design,simple and use this linen for the back of the pillow. Just like to have this on hand for this purpose.and whatever I create.

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PC
Best bath towels -
Reviewer: Patricia

I bought a half-yard doggie bag sample of this to test out. I tried the 4C22, but wanted something a little heavier. I turned and stitched the raw edges before washing it hot on the longest cycle and drying it in the dryer. I advise washing it alone, because the wash water was dark brown during the cycle, and I don't know if it would over-dye anything else or not. It came out still mildly scratchy, but I decided to give it a try as a bath towel anyway. It's great! Super absorbent and mildly abrasive, so that it almost polishes your skin as you dry. The half-yard is a bit too narrow - after turning the edges and the washing shrinkage it is only about 16 inches wide - so I'm going to try a full yard this time. It gets softer with use, but still retains that certain roughness that I like. If you prefer softer towels, try the pre-softened. At 8-oz a square yard, it's also a great pant weight fabric.

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CW
Reviewer: Anonymous

Beautiful..heavy..rustic linen

Chaise lounge cover

Posted by Vyada

Here is the second couch I made a slip cover for this one!

Posted by Mary

I recovered two couches and a chair with this material and I love it!

Posted by Mary

Dog bed recovered with canvas and heavy weights. Modeled by Gus, the best dog in the whole wide world, next to yours, of course!

Posted by Carol

This is a pinafore (apron) I made based on something I saw on another linen website. It stays in place by the straps crossing in the back. This fabric is perfect. Beautiful natural gray in color, nubby, rough, but soft to the touch after a couple of washes.

Posted by Ivy
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