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Linen gauze, beige, 0.4m

Product code 104 01-0803 (1)

Sheer, ultralight linen fabric with a loose weave in beige. Nice soft hand. Use it in layered garments, as an underlayer, and for floaty curtains.

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Basic parameters
Width: 160 cm
Color: beige
Content: 100% linen
Weight (gsm): 84 gsm
Weight (mm): 19 mm
Drape: slightly supple
Availability: while supplies last
Shrinkage: 3-7 %
Care:

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Product description

Product description

Linen gauze is a sheer, ultralight linen fabric in a loose weave. It resembles cotton organdy, except that organdy is starched in production, which makes it stiff, while this linen gauze is wonderfully soft (if you’ve always thought linen was scratchy, you’re in for a surprise).

While linen gauze is too sheer for most ordinary garments, it is absolutely on-point for layered dresses and tunics or floaty summer scarves. It’s also useful for lining historical costumes and making historical undergarments (shifts etc.). This lightweight fabric makes lovely, sheer linen curtains and is great for eco-friendly fruit and veggie bags too.

If you enjoy crafts – dyes, embroidery, eyelet – linen gauze is just the thing!

Note, due to its loose weave this fabric will shrink; always pre-wash it before use.

Care

Wash dyed linens at 40°C; white and natural linens can be laundered at 60°C. Because of this fabric’s loose weave, use the lowest spin cycle and do not machine dry; gentle handling will prolong your fabric’s lifespan. Iron on the highest setting; may also be steamed.

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