Classic Linen Bedding — Flat & Fitted Sheets
Classic Linen Bed Collection - Part II - Flat Sheet & Fitted Sheet - These 100% linen sheets have a natural texture that will soothe your skin and improve circulation.
What you get with your pattern:
- Free PDF download for our registered customers.
- Print-at-home format on Letter/A4 paper.
- Layered PDF to print just the sizes you want.
- Graded in sizes 0/2 to 28/30.
- Step-by-step instructions on The Thread blog.
- No licensing restrictions. Sew as many as you like for yourself, your family, even your sewing business.
I made an experimental fitted sheet for our bed from this fabric. I switched the linen one to the 'normal' cotton one for washing and Hubby complained that the cotton was clammy & where was the 'good' sheet we just had on the bed, etc! The bad news: I wore a 12" hole in this fabric (my feet twitch as I sleep). The good news: The rest of the sheet is still in great shape & I'm going to get miles of bias tape out of it or possibly the world's most comfy summer shirt! I'm starting over again with hopefully twitch-proof Jaquard IL002 SCROLLS IVORY-NATURAL.
I used the 4C22 linen for durability (my husband is hard on sheets) and made my seams vertical rather than horizontal. I LOVE sliding into bed each night--these feel so luxurious. The dimensions and shrinkage estimates in the pattern were accurate, although I added extra width on the top sheet to eliminate the 3a.m. 'tug-of-wars'. So, beautiful and durable, custom sized, and in my favorite color--and done in half a day! Now my son wants a set.
I have the perfect piece of your linen on hand for this project! I'm thrilled that you've posted this pattern because I've wanted linen sheets for some time but didn't want to 'waste' my linen on a set that might not turn out well. I can't wait for next weekend to get started on this.
Thank you, FS for posting measurements and instructions for a variety of sizes of linen sheet sets. Makes so much less work for me; measure linen, cut it, sew and I'm done. Another reviewer questioned why anyone would sew linen sheets with seams in them The answers are simple: wide width linen is difficult to find and if one does, it is very expensive. Pre-sewn linen sheets are not only very expensive, but are available in very limited colors. Sewing something wonderful feels great. And, the seams in the linen sheets will never be felt while laying in bed.
This is a beautifully written pattern. You have included all that is needed to work successfully with the fabric and to make a quality product. Thank you for the extra time and effort taken!
Like Sandra, I also have a king sized bed. I've made three flat sheets so far, and used a center seam for ease. For one thing, it helps me to see that the sheet is centered on the bed! Because neither one of us has a seam directly on top of us, we're not bothered by it at all. I used heavyweight linen for two of them, as we use them for lightweight blankets in the summer. Love them!
Teri: Excited you are treating yourself to some new sheets. The good news is that there IS a hand-embroidery printable template in the PDF for the Bee Design!
I have a set of linen sheets I bought quite a number of years ago that are showing age. At least the bottom sheet is. I love sleeping on them. You can imagine that they cost me a pretty penny and are not easy to find. I've been toying with the idea of replacing the bottom sheet. Math has never been my strong suit and you just took care of that! I will be making a new bottom sheet after the holidays. My only wish is that you had provided a hand sewn bee embroidery pattern. Yes there are some of us who don't have embroidery machines out of principle. We are just crazy enough to hand embroider our sheets, pillowcases and duvets also.
The seams in these sheets are minimal and located in the right places so they won't interfere with your use as bedsheets. I have antique linen sheets with seams and they are undetectable in use.
Because we have a king size bed, and neither of us sleeps in the middle, I am simply using a flat felt seam down the centre. I am also going to simply use flat sheets for both top and bottom as I want these to last the rest of my life! I can add fitted corners later if I need them. I'm very pleased with the results so far.
Not sure why you would recommend this linen, actually, any of the linen you carry, for sheets. It is clearly not wide enough and who would want seams in their sheets?
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