IL090 Rough Holland Fs Premier Finish - 100% Linen Fabric - Very Heavy (8 oz/yd2), Width 57"

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$19.10 per yard
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A 57 inch wide heavier linen weighing 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.

The Premier Finish undergoes a two-step process to give the cloth a luxurious, supple feel right out of the box.

First, we apply a softener to give the fabric a silkier surface. Then, strong blasts of air are blown into the woven cloth. This beats up the fibers to make them softer and mimics the fiber bending process that the fabric undergoes when you've used it a lot.

This finishing process gives the fabric a much softer and more luxurious hand. It will be less prone to deep creases and have less linting. Shrinkage will still have to be taken into consideration based on the fabric type ( thread size, count, weave type).

Fabric specifications:

Article IL090 Rough
Content 100% Linen
Width 57 inch
Weight 8 oz/yd2
Thread size warp 9.1
Thread size weft 9.1
Thread count warp 36
Thread count weft 25

Customer Questions and Answers


Would this weight be suitable for making Sew Liberated's new pattern for the ‘l'oeuf bag ‘?

Susan • April 11, 2024
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Yes, this fabric is lovely and sturdy for that bag, and if desired, you can stiffen it up further with a fusible interfacing on the wrong side.

Lauren • April 11, 2024

Is this weight too heavy for curtains? Thanks

Constance • April 5, 2024
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This weight can be used for heavy curtains. If you have a particular look in mind, please feel free to email us directly and we can recommend the most suitable fabric for you.

Lauren • April 5, 2024

Can you advise the shrinkage rate for this product?

Patti • April 5, 2024
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This fabric has approximately 7% shrinkage when washing on a warm or cool gentle wash and low heat dry.

Lauren • April 5, 2024

Private to Maureen: I have purchased this same creamy yellow color in the past in a lighter weight. One time and I never saw it again. Unfortunately,I did not buy more. So beautiful!Hope you can bring it back.

BA • April 5, 2024

Love this color. It is the shade of yellow I have been searching for. Any chance it will become available in the medium weight?

Sharon • February 29, 2024
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It is possible that we can add a similar shade in the future. Please check back with us in the near future to see if we have any updates on new color arrivals.

Maureen • February 29, 2024
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Versatile fabric for so many projects

This fabric is described as a heavy weight linen. While the individual threads are thicker than the IL19, it is more loosely woven. For me, I would say it's more of a medium weight. I made an unlined jacket that was cool enough to wear on an 80 degree day. The fabric has nice body but still drapes beautifully. The color is slightly paler than on my computer monitor, more like a light butter yellow. It's a gorgeous fabric and I hope it will be available in more colors.

Karen • June 9, 2024
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I purchased a couple of colors in this canvas weight for dog beds and bags. OH MY GOSH! This gorgeous yellow demands to be a button down shirt, or dress, or pants or all three! The TEXTURE!! Just delightful! The color is beautiful and I'm not usually drawn to yellows, but this is a cool, pure, lovely yellow. I can't believe a "canvas" weight fabric can be this soft! I would purchase a non-softened color in this weight if you need structure in your project or know you will need to add interfacing depending on what your project calls for. The premier finish is soft, supple and divine even in this weight.

Carol • April 25, 2024

This is the Itch to Stitch Hvar unlined jacket. The body and drape of this fabric was perfect for the project.

Karen • June 9, 2024
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