Lucas LINEN WASHED PACKS $50 EACH
These packs are sold in 2m lots and are washed!
**We received a shipment recently that was water damaged, by washing all the fabric the water marks have completely come out. So the fabric is NOT faulty! However to be able to sell the fabric we are selling in washed packs and at a discounted price.
Colours available are listed below- click on the link to see more details about the colour on their product page
*please note some colour available in packs might be sold out buy the metre
Heavy weight Antique wash Linen TWILL 220gsm
Composition: 100% Linen
Lucas is a heavy weight linen, 220gsm. It has a twill weave meaning it has diagonal parallel rib across the fabric, different to a plain weave. This cloth also has a antique wash applied to it, similar to our other bases Lara and Lilly linens. This wash creates a very texture, soft and relaxed look. This fabric is solid dyed and each colour in the range is developed and milled exclusively for us.
This quality will soften increasingly with wash and wear - like all linen it gets better with time…
All our linens meet the Oeko-Tex standard, we only use mills which are certified and checked yearly. Simon the owner of Potters has been in the business for 25 plus years and built up a solid relationship with the mills we work with and sourcing agents. We really pride ourselves on this as we know we can trust the mills we use for quality and standard.
This linen is perfect for tran-seasonal/winter outfits as it is heavy. Skirts, pants, dresses and jackets would work best.
Hand wash in Warm water. Do not Soak, Bleach or Wring. Drip Dry or Dry without delay away from direct Heat. Warm Iron. Dry Cleanable.
Our linen has minimal shrinkage about 2-3% if any. This because of the high quality yarn and the different washes we apply during production you will find they don’t shrink at all. But as a precaution we ask all our customers to wash there fabric before sewing, just in case…
All the flax yarn we sourced to produce our linen is from France and Belgium and sent to China to be milled.