Light Weight Linen
Used for handkerchief, blouses, curtains, and children's clothing and anything that is slightly sheer or delicate in nature. It is cool and airy in the summer.
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1000 semi -sheer, cambric fabrics. It is a middle range Irish Linen. Even weave. Nice for ladies and men's handkerchiefs, light weight blouses.
1200 semi-sheer fabrics that are a slightly heavier cambric and good for men's handkerchiefs, ladies blouses. Also called lawn linen. Even weave. High thread count, silky, untextured. This is a step above the 1000 range in quality.
1300 semi- sheer fabrics. This is the finest fabric and highest quality on the market today. Even weave. High thread count, silky, untextured. 1000, 1200, 1300 used in the creation of fabric heirlooms, and fancy hand needle work.
1080 shannon linen, not as transparent as cambric
3127 slightly heavier than the 1000, 1200, 1300. Lovely fabric for blouses.
C830 semi-sheer fabric. Shadow linen. Used for curtains. Woven to create a check pattern.
10I semi-sheer fabric. Used for curtains . Woven to create a striped pattern.
8F1B54 this extra fine vintage linen is not readily available. Available only in natural.
1140, 2402, 14HC, 2402 and 1940 these fabrics are the choice for church linens and altar cloths. It is a light weight linen that can be beautifully hemstitched. 1140 is not an even weave. 1940 good for cut-work, monogramming, white work, fine embroidery.
1945 firm, strong weave, beautiful cloth for church linens. Good for dense needlework. This is a tight weave that doesn't work well for machine hemstitching.
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