Made of linen; as, linen cloth; a linen stocking.
Thread or cloth made of flax or (rarely) of hemp; -- used in a general sense to include cambric, shirting, sheeting, towels, tablecloths, etc.; as, bed linens
"A kind of cloth the making of which, when made of hemp, entails a great waste of hemp." -- Calcraft the Hangman.
Resembling linen cloth; white; pale.
A fabric made from linen fibers obtained from inside the woody stem of the flaux plant. Linen fibers are much stronger and lustrous than cotton. Very cool so this is a great fabric for summer.
lightweight natural fabric made from flax fiber used for more casual clothing
An expensive, natural fiber with staying power. (Properly cared for linen sheets can last for decades.) Some linen sheets will be a bit stiff at first, but will grow softer with each washing.
material woven from flax fibers
Thread made from fibers of the flax plant; Clothe woven from this thread. Best for: Blouses, Skirt, Pants, and lightweight Suit.
A cloth made from fibers of flax. Linen fabrics are cool and absorbent but wrinkle very easily. Compared to cotton, linen is heavier and much stronger. One of the oldest textile fibers.
The fibre obtained from the plant FLAX
it is made from the fibers of the flax plant. Linen is mainly used for cloth, canvases, sails, tents, and paper.
This fabric, made from the fibers of the flax plant, is crisp and light
Paper style that has the look of cloth.
Embossed finish on text paper that simulates the pattern of linen cloth.
A strong cloth spun from flax. Its disadvantages are a tendency to shrink and crease. It is more practical when blended with cotton to form a linen union, and can also be strengthened with synthetic yarn. It is used for chair and sofa slip-covers and occasionally curtains, though it can be a little stiff to drape well.
Yarn or fabric processed from the flax plant.
One of many types of strong, durable fabric that are made from the flax plant, often bleached white. Linen has no elasticity.
Flax is the plant, linen is the product from flax. The term linen cannot be used unless the fabric is from the natural fiber flax.
Postcards published from about 1930 through the 1950s using a textured paper with a cross hatched surface that resembles linen fabric.
Cuttings and threads of linen cloth used in the paper industry for the manufacture of high quality rag content paper.
One of the oldest textile fibers, the finest linen comes from the blue-flowered flax plant grown mainly in France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Linen is breathable, comfortable in warm weather, has excellent color fastness, and is also one of the strongest natural fibers.
Woven from fibers of the flax plant, linen has a natural luster and does not soil quickly.
This is the strongest of the vegetable fibers and has 2 to 3 times the strength of cotton. It is made from flax, a bast fiber taken from the stalk of the plant. The l uster is from the natural wax content. Creamy white to light tan, this fiber can be easily dyed and the color does not fade when washed. Linen does wrinkle easily.
natural fiber obtained from the stalk of the flax plant.
a high-quality paper made of linen fibers or with a linen finish
white goods or clothing made with linen cloth
A fabric made from linen fibers obtained from inside the woody stem of the flax plant. Fabric term.
Linum usitatissimum, term covers either flax or linen as a source of fibre, often in the form of rags. The fibres are hard and fibrillate easily.
Fibers derived from the stem of the flax plant. Stronger and more lustrous than cotton. The oldest textile fiber known in the vegetable group.
Paper that has texture with vertical and horizontal lines throughout it.
A fabric made from linen fibers obtained from inside the woody stem of the flax plant. Linen fibers are much stronger and more lustrous than cotton. Linen fabrics are very cool and absorbent, but wrinkle very easily, unless blended with manufactured fibers.
Fabric woven from the natural fine fiber derived from the flax plant. Some properties of linen are rapid moisture absorption, no fuzziness, does not soil easily, a natural luster and stiffness.
a fabric woven from the fibres obtained from inside the woody stem of the flax plant. Linen is cool, highly absorbent, strong and lustrous, but wrinkles easy.
A fabric woven from fibers of the flax plant. Often blended with cotton, rayon or silk to produce a soft touch. Popular for window covering and apparel.
Woven from the fibers of the flax plant, linen is possibly the first fabric ever produced. It can be as fine and sheer as a handkerchief or as substantial as canvas.
A fabric woven with fibres from the flax plant. Linen is very tear-resistant, has good moisture absorption properties, a discreet shine and is cool to the touch, which is why it is particularly suitable for summer clothing. Material made from pure linen creases easily, which is why linen is often processed with other materials.
Fabric woven from strong lustrous fiber of the flax plant. Linen is a cool, absorbent fiber extensively used in lightweight, comfortable summer clothing. Wrinkling is an inherent quality of the fabric.
Has a very strong fiber, nice texture & is some what resistant to sun. Linen wrinkles easily & is somewhat stiff, inconsistent in quality & shrinks unless treated.
A durable, absorbent fabric made of flax.
fabric woven from flax and then bleached
A bast fiber produced from the flax of linen. Linen yarns are lustrous and the oldest textile fiber known in the vegetable group.
A type of cloth that's made of flax, which is woven somewhat loosely allowing more air through. Linen is known for having a generally cool feel.
A paper that emulates the look and texture of linen cloth.
A natural cellulose fiber that is produced from the stem of the flax plant. Linen fibers are stronger, stiffer and more lustrous than cotton; they yield cool, absorbent fabrics that wrinkle easily.
perfect for a summer wedding at the seaside. Light and breathable, but wrinkles very easily.
one of the oldest textile fabrics in the world, linen is made from fibers of the flax plant. linen fibers are much stronger and more lustrous than cotton, and linen fabric is cool and absorbent. production of linen is highly ecological, and uses five to twenty times less water and energy than the production of cotton or synthetic fabrics. the production of linen was encouraged by charlemagne, and linen became the principal european textile of the middle ages. although ireland has long been the largest producer of fine linen, lithuanian linen is renowned for its exceptional quality.
Fibers of the flax plant, woven into fabrics that are cooler, stronger and more absorbent than cotton.
Natural vegetable bast fibre obtained from the flax plant.
Natural made from flax, a vegetable fiber. Comfortable. Hand washable or dry cleanable. Crisp hand, tailors well, absorbent, dyes and prints well. Lightweight to heavyweight.
Fabric woven from flax yarns.
A natural plant fiber, linen fibers are stronger and more lustrous than cotton. Linen can be machine washed and tumbled on low. Remove before itâ€(tm)s completely dry and hang for a pleasingly casual look. Depending on the weight, itâ€(tm)s appropriate for anything from heirloom sewing and blouses to slacks and jackets.
A fabric made from flax that is cooler, stronger, and more absorbent than cotton.
Postcards published in the late 20s through 50s, using a textured paper with a cross hatched surface. The surface resembles linen fabric. The cards romaticized the images of gas stations, diners, hotels and other commercial buildings. Using the photographic image of an establishment, all undesirable features, such as telephone poles, junk yards, background clutter, and sometimes even cars and people were removed by air brushing.
Linen comes from the fibrous stem of the flax plant and is the one of the oldest fibers used by man. Because of its durability (3 times as strong as cotton), absorbancy and ability to "breathe" it has long been the first choice for summer wear, bed and table linens, window coverings, etc. Linen has a textured weave with a soft feel, an elegant drape and a lustrous sheen. It is often mixed with other fibers to reduce wrinkling. It is a cellulose fiber and is treated like cotton for most uses. Procion Fiber Reactive dyes work best with linen - Acid dyes will just lightly stain it.
A fabric woven from fibers of the flax plant that offers medium strength and dyes well.
Linen is a strong, lustrous yarn made from flax fiber.
Fabric made of fibres removed from the stem of the flax plant; it was probably the first textile fabric to be used.
A fabric woven from flax. This fabric classically used for spring handbag styles.
1-The fine and durable fiber of the flax plant. 2- A handsome, crisp textile woven from the fiber of the flax plant.
A cloth made from the flax plant, often felt to be a superior support for oil painting.
Linen finished paper resembles linen cloth and is usually produced after the papermaking process as an offline embossing process.
Linen is a material made from the fibers of the flax plant.