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Klässbols halvlinne består av helften lin och hälften bomull

About pure Linen products

Flax has long fibres, making it very suitable for spinning and weaving, and it has been used for making cloths for nine thousand years. In the 18th century in Sweden, there were several famous damask weaving mills and the countryside was covered with breathtakingly beautiful blue-flowering flax fields. When cotton replaced linen as the most commonly used material for textiles, the labour-intensive and time-consuming production of linen fell by the wayside.

Flax is no longer cultivated in Scandinavia, except on a very small scale, but linen itself, is enjoying a renaissance. A new awareness of nature and natural values has taken a strong hold. In line with this, a growing number of people who value tradition have also come to appreciate the unique qualities of linen.

Pure linen fabrics are made only from linen yarn. The structure of the flax fibre gives the linen its many excellent qualities. It is extremely strong and absorbent, and its smoothness and lustre make it very dirtrepellent. Liquid spilled on a linen cloth is absorbed immediately. Linen feels cool and pleasant against the skin. It also dries quickly, and pure linen towels are superb for drying drinking glasses and for polishing crystal and silverware.

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