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$ 17.00

PRICED AND SOLD BY THE 1/2 YARD

EXAMPLE: TO ORDER 2.5 YARDS ENTER 5 IN THE QUANTITY BOX

Confident brushstrokes of black moving to grey crisscross a beautiful clear white linen. The mark of the artist is present. Smooth hand and lightly crisp drape. The light to mid-weight is just right for a tunic, top, shirt, dress, jacket, vest or pant.


Pre-treat by hand laundering or machine wash gentle and air dry. You can toss linen in the dryer if you want all-over wrinkles, but always pre-test a sample; some fabrics respond well, others not so well. Test Test Test. Some say that if you iron the linen before washing it does not wrinkle as much — definitely worth a test. After laundering hand wash or machine launder gentle and air dry. I like to take my linens out of the laundry while still very wet, hang on a hanger and pull and smooth the seams and hems, allowing the weight of the water to do the work, then touch up with an iron -- or not.
 


linen

54”