IL019 All-purpose Moroccan Blue Fs Signature Finish - 100% Linen Fabric - Medium (5.3 oz/yd2), Width 58"

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$17.54 per yard
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At a medium weight of 5.3 ounces this 58 inch wide 100% linen is versatile enough to be referred to as an All Purpose or Do it All linen. With its smooth look and tighter weave, this linen is neither sheer or heavy, but just the right in-between weight you will need for a variety of projects.

Our FS Signature Finish was developed exclusively for us using a special process that makes this linen super soft with a comfy, classic look you'll love at first sight.

As a bonus, this process removes almost all of the initial shrinkage, giving you more fabric to get your projects done.
This finish makes the linen as soft as butter. Yep, 100% linen that feels and drapes and sews as no linen you have ever encountered. Because the fabric has been pre-shrunk for you - it will be less than the base cloth width.

Fabric specifications:

Article IL019 All-Purpose
Content 100% Linen
Width 58 inch
Weight 5.3 oz/yd2
Thread size warp 17.9
Thread size weft 17.9
Thread count warp 46
Thread count weft 37

Customer Questions and Answers


How does the Moroccan compare in color to the sphinx?

Becki • July 16, 2023
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It is more blue without the green which gives the Sphinx more of a teal hue.

Maureen • July 16, 2023

Is there no sample available for the Moroccan blue?

savannah • June 4, 2023
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If you are placing an order, you can leave a note in the cart area that you would like a sample. If you aren't placing an order, please send us an email with your details and we can get one out to you.

Lauren • June 4, 2023
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not going to last 400 years

This is the first item I've actually sewn with, previous orders notwithstanding. The fabric feels really nice, handles well, and is exactly the weight I needed and expected. The reason I'm only giving three stars is that the individual threads were clearly spun from linen roving, not linen strick. Since I true all my yardage by drawing threads before cutting, and use a lot of pulled threads as sewing guides, the thread told the entire story. I would free a thread, pull gently, and the thread would snap within a couple of inches, displaying the fan of fibers seen in roving. I infinitely prefer linen woven from line linen produced from spun strick preparations. However, given the very reasonable price for this linen, I understand why roving thread is used. Line linen fabric generally costs two to three times as much, if it can be had at all. My garment won't last 400 years, but it's not like I'm going to be around for even another 100 years in any case.

Lisa • August 27, 2023
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