IL002 TETRA IVORY-NATURAL - 100% Linen - Canvas (10 oz/yd2) - 20.00 Yards

Price: $380.40 per item
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Jacquard fabrics are elaborately woven patterns that are harder to weave and considered an "heirloom" fabric due to the intricacy and craftsmanship involved in its creation.

Fabric specifications:

Article : IL002
Content : 100% Linen
Type : JACQUARD
Thread size warp : 17.9
Thread size weft : 17.9+9
Thread count warp : 52
Thread count weft : 62
Color : IVORY-NATURAL
Weight : 10 oz/yd2
Width : 63 inch
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Absolutely wonderful linen
Reviewer: Enid

I bought 2 yards of this linen, made some pillow covers and had some bit left over. I read a review for a different jacquard linen where someone made towels simply by hemming the fabric up on all sides. So I tried it, making two smallish towels. Since then (2 or 3 years ago) I have used no towels except my linen ones. The jacquard shrinks and gets very soft but still with a little bit of roughness to really make your skin feel great as you dry. The linen is heavy to begin with, and shrinkage makes it even thicker and more wonderful. The fibers are not dyed, so are exceptionally absorptive. My hair gets dried in record time with a linen towel. I am seriously considering buying more yardage to make big body-sized towels. This linen is just beautiful and wonderful!

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Luxury in Linen
Reviewer: Mary

I really splurged on this linen and bought two 8 yard pieces. I made a reversible renaissance cape from one piece which is posted with pictures under the other section. Wanted to comment that this linen is soft but heavy and looks and feels like luxury. I have been so pleased with it. I can't imagine a material I would like as much as this one for my cape.

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Luxury in Linen
Reviewer: Mary

I really splurged on this linen and bought two 8 yard pieces. I made a reversible renaissance cape from one piece which is posted with pictures under the other section. Wanted to comment that this linen is soft but heavy and looks and feels like luxury. I have been so pleased with it. I can't imagine a material I would like as much as this one for my cape.

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Love tetra!
Reviewer: Vickie

I am a linen addict thank to fabrics-store.com and have used many different weights for sewing multiple items of clothing and home décor. I created a king size cover with the tetra linen and it is a one of a kind, gorgeous, soft, bedspread. Love this linen. Also want to say to Judy, with the chair pictured on the right, WOW! that is fabulous and shows this wonderful linen at it's best

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The fabric did the work for me
Reviewer: Erika

As a beginner, I've fallen in love with linen because it's so easy to work with. I bought 2 yards of this fabric to make an oversized throw. It shrunk to around 53" wide after 3 hot wash and dries. I debated adding a wide border but decided not to. The selvage wrinkles but I thought it looked pretty. In the end, I cut enough off the raw edges to make them square (using the pattern to guide my cuts) and double folded to hem. When my husband opened his gift, the first thing he said was, "it's so soft."

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Beautiful double layered fabric
Reviewer: Elizabeth

I hand wash all my linen multiple times in cool water and my own natural homemade laundry soap, then I air dry it. I do this to soften the linen and remove the residue from the weaving process. This linen appears to be modern until the double layers begin to show. The fabic has two light weight layers that are bound by the woven tetra design. The fabric takes on the appearance of a vintage Japanese textile. I plan to soften the fabric several more times before I dye it in indigo. I will be making a hand stitched boro textile with the four yards of cloth. I enjoy the natural beauty of all your linen and have learned to gently soften the fabric so it is wrinkle free.

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Lovely fabric!!!! Great sewing experience!!!
Reviewer: Paula

I bought 3 yards of this lovely fabric, and made a throw for my husband. I took the advice of other reviewers, sewed the raw edges together in a tube with a straight stitch before washing and drying twice in hot water. Then I cut off the sewn edges, ironed and trued the fabric before cutting to 70" length, and cutting off finished edges. I turned up 1" all around and finished edges with simple double fold, 1/2" hem. I hand stitched squared corners. Some of the scraps were used to make a simple bow. I still have enough fabric to make a bath sheet. I plan to sew simple straight stitch approx. 1" all around for frayed edge. Thank you reviewers for all of the tips. It was very rewarding working with this fabric!!!!

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unique quilt
Reviewer: Loretta

My daughter is very picky and when I was making her wedding quilt there was a lot of consultation. Patchwork quilting just wasn't going to create the piece she wanted. I turned to the linen because of its weight (can be a bedcover on its own without backing) and neutral colour. The reverse side is being used for portions of the design so it is all tone on tone. Another added benefit is that the linen takes dye very nicely so portions will be dyed rather than patchworked. Coupled with a plain natural linen this gives me all the variety I need to completed a one-of-a-kind quilt. Will post photo when completed. The inspiration is the Art Gallery in Cleveland Ohio which is a regular stop.

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IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Posted by Mary
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Posted by Mary
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Posted by Mary
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Reversible Renaissance Cape. This is a heavy cape but worth it. Used a fabric store pattern for a lined cape. Made the hood double thickness. The light side has the back and side seams ragged as are all the other edges so they can fray. The opposite side is the darker side with the regular seams. Both sides of the cape have different closures so it is completely reversible. Will post 4 pictures all together but in separate posts.

Posted by Mary
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Lots of work but worth it. 7 yards. Followed suggestions about fabric care, I.e. Cool wash, low dry. Then ironed with steam to restore grain and shape before cutting. This fabric made a lovely slip cover. Perfect weight and texture. Much nicer than the original chair.

Posted by Judy
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Left it messy to show both sides of fabric, selvage, and hem. Simple, slightly oversized throw.

Posted by Erika
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Love this linen! I made a throw by simply binding the edges with the natural medium weight linen. After temporarily serging the raw ends together, I washed it in hot water to get the lovely texture to come out. It shrinks a LOT, but I expected that. It turned out wonderfully! In the photo you can see the difference that light makes in the color. In the background is the bedspread I made of this same linen. I may just make a jacket out of this as well!

Posted by Cindy
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Lovely throw!

Posted by Paula
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

Cover for my window seat bench cushion.

Posted by Rosanna
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

The geometric "T" shaped stitching on this Jacquard is complimented nicely by the flowing texture of the washed linen. This is a great fabric for upholstery.

Posted by Cooper
IL002 TETRA  IVORY-NATURAL  - 100% Linen

NOTES ON TETRA JACQUARD LINEN:
- The Tetra Jacquard is a dually layered linen.
- When washed, the fabric will take on a beautifully ruffled and textured look as shown in the picture above.
- If you do not want your Jacquard to acquire this "three dimensional" texture, then simply dry clean the fabric instead of regular machine wash.

Posted by Cooper