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Linen is made from the flax plant fiber. Flaxen products first appeared approximately
5 thousand years ago. Linen was used as mummy wrap.
Linen is considered a luxury fabric.
It is a very time consuming manual process to make the flax plant fiber into linen thread for weaving. There is virtually no linen manufactured in the USA.
At RusticLinen we use only 100% Linen fabric. The highest quality linen is manufactued in Europe. Our beautiful linen is sourced from the Baltic countries and the Ukraine. Many of our products are made from natural unbleached, undyed Linen.
At RusticLinen, we pre-wash and pre-shrink the linen, so all our products are machine wash and dry. We use skilled tailoring techniques in our sewing; no raw seams, only overcast or french seams, mitered corners were needed, and reinforcement at stress points.
No need to pamper your linen. Since we pre-shrink all our linen, it is machine washable using a mild detergent.
I use cool water to be energy efficient but it is safe to hot wash linen. Never use bleach (not even on white linen). A Biz or Oxy soak is fine as long as it is dissolved first and used on wet fabric. Never pour detergent directly onto dry fabric — always dilute the detergent first.
For spot removal use a mild detergent or bar soap rubbed into damp fabric. Or pre-spray with a product like Shout.
Machine dry using a medium setting, dry the linen by itself and don't over dry. You can also shake it out while still damp and depending on the article hang dry or lay it flat. It will, by nature, have a soft, complex texture.
I love to line dry my linen, let sun, wind, air do the job. Air dried linen has a stiffer hand.
For a relaxed or rustic look, no need to iron most linen. I iron very few of my linens. To eliminate unwanted creases I sray the crease with a fine mist of water and let it hang/drape dry.
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