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Linen blend jersey with dots, black

Product code 111 05-0003

Wonderful knit fabric made of a blend of linen and cotton in black and slightly brushed on the back side. Nice and soft, not at all scratchy. Great for tees, tunics, dresses, and comfy leisurewear.

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Basic parameters
Width: 139 cm
Color: black
Content: 55% len 45% bavlna
Weight (gsm): 151 gsm
Weight (mm): 35 mm
Drape: supple
Minimum order: 0.2 m
Availability: while supplies last
Care:
Shrinkage: 3-10 %
Bulk discount
1 - 9 m
13.52 $ / m
10 - 19 m
-5%
12.84 $ / m
20 - 49 m
-10%
12.17 $ / m
50 - 99 m
-15%
11.49 $ / m
100 and more
-20%
10.81 $ / m

in stock 79.2 m

13.52 $/m

13.52 $/m without VAT

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Product description

Product description

The fabric has an interesting “patchy clouds” structure, a product of its irregular thread thickness. It has a soft, gentle hand. Even those with sensitive skin will find that it does not scratch like some other linens do.

The linen in this jersey makes it cooler than pure cotton, it is breathable and quick-drying.

Application

This jersey looks great in

  • t-shirts
  • tank tops
  • tunics
  • simple form-fitting and loose dresses
  • sporty t-shirt dresses
  • comfy leisurewear
  • nightshirts

Tips

When sewing with jersey, be sure to place and cut your pattern carefully to help your garment maintain its shape. Ever bought a linen tee that started to twist after a few washes? A good homemade t-shirt that’s been carefully cut will never let you down like that.

This fabric will shrink and should be washed before cutting. To keep dyed linens from fading, do not dry in direct sunlight.

Care

Wash dyed jersey at 40°C, white and natural shades at 60°C. Iron on high. Can be steam pressed. Can be machine dried; we recommend a gentle cycle.

FAQ

Should I pre-shrink this fabric before sewing?

Generally, pre-shrinking is needed for linen, cotton, and rayon, but for finer fabrics (light rayon, Tencel and modal) proceed with care – don't use hot water or a hot iron, simply launder the fabric the way you will be laundering the completed garment.

Is your assortment of fabrics always the same?

Most of our fabrics are one-time offers that last until they are sold out. However, some more popular items are always restocked or can be ordered on request. As a rule, this applies to notions, where the selection is pretty consistent, but may also include some types of fabric. Look at the product's availability value – it shows whether the goods are available while supplies last, in the core inventory or in a seasonal collection .

Are your fabrics colorfast?

The fabrics in our core inventory, seasonal collections and limited editions are from repeated production cycles that we have quality-tested – given proper care their colors should not bleed. Fabrics that are on offer while supplies last are one-off products that have not been individually tested. For flax and wool, we recommend a sample test.

Does linen fade in the sun?

Yes. Like other natural materials linen can fade in the sun. Avoid hanging dyed linen to dry in the sun and do not hang dyed linen garments in places at home where there is direct sunlight either. For curtains and drapes, take into account that the color will fade over time or back them with a blackout fabric.

Do you ship abroad?

Yes. We ship worldwide. The price of shipping is automatically calculated at checkout before payment after you select the country of delivery and the preferred carrier. If you do not find your country in the dropdown list, please contact us. You will find a rough overview of shipping costs in our shipping and payment terms.

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