IL041 GRAY SPARROW Softened - 100% Linen - Middle (5.01 oz/yd2) - 20.00 Yards

Price: $255.00 per item
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At 5.1 ounces this Open Weave linen has a unique slightly sheer look and feel that sets it apart from other medium weight linens. Open weave does not make it less durable or versatile, just loosely woven.

This linen should be laundered in a cold wash-tumble dried on air setting or very low heat--line dry if possible.

Fabric specifications:

Article : IL041 Open Weave
Content : 100% Linen
Type : BASIC
Thread size warp : 9.09
Thread size weft : 9.09
Thread count warp : 20
Thread count weft : 19
Color : GRAY SPARROW
Weight : 5.01 oz/yd2
Width : 57 inch
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Fabrcis-store buyer profile image Nice and soft but VERY linty
Reviewer: Anonymous

This is definitely one of the softer of all the linens I've ever worked with. It has wonderful movement and drape. It was a little difficult to cut because it has a tendency to stretch on account of the loose weave, but with a bit of mindfulness that can be avoided. It does produce a lot of lint. When I pre-washed it, it came out of the washer with little gobs of lint on it. I then dried it on gentle and when the cycle was 1/2 way done the lint trap was overflowing and I was amazed that it hadn't started a fire. I had to check it 2 more times before the cycle was done. Other than that, this is a wonderful fabric to work with.

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IL041   GRAY SPARROW Softened - 100% Linen

Lovely dark color that drapes well and breathes exceptionally well due to the open weave. Used it to make a bedskirt; it covers the area under the bed well without running the risk of locking in moisture, and the texture is a lovely contrast to the smooth handkerchief linen duvet and IL019 Sedona throw pillow.

Posted by Jennifer
IL041   GRAY SPARROW Softened - 100% Linen

I used this fabric for the cloak for a Gandalf the Grey costume I made for a client. It was a little tricky to work with. But if you line up the grainlines and press it, it should be fine. It also leaves a lot of lint when you dry it, so check the dryer often!

Posted by P. marie
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