The quality and comfort of the linen fabric have been ruling the world of textiles for thousands of years now. The history of linen traces back to the late Egyptian culture, where the cloth was religiously loved because it symbolized light, purity, and fortune. As a result, throughout Mesopotamia’s golden age, linen cloth was primarily reserved for the upper classes and was a sign of luxury. Linen fabric has been reintroduced into haute couture in the past few years. Today, linen is being revived as a practical piece of luxurious fabric best-loved for its endless comfort and carefree look to embrace every day.
Outside the realm of apparel, linen fabric is a popular choice in household fabrics as well. Linen is most commonly discovered and employed as a fabric for bedding and comfortable everyday apparel since it’s soft, comfy, and dries considerably faster than cotton – making it an excellent fabric for day-to-day ease.
Manufacturing linen is an extensive procedure created from the cellulose fibers in the flax plant’s inner bark. Bast fibers must be removed from their fibrous roots and processed for spinning in a multi-step process before being spun into cloth. At Live Linen, this fabric is then processed to dye and dry. Our expert artisans then add the touch of embroidery, which is later cut, stitched, and packed with love for our beloved customers!