Linen fabric – Isolated cells
This whimsical bubbly pattern, available in 7 color options (B&W, teal, pink, grey/blue on a white or colored background) and printed on linen (185 or 150gsm softened, 1.46 m width). The “bubbles” are isolated cells from an Arabidopsis plant. When cell walls are removed from the outside of plant cells, the cells become round. The cells, called protoplasts, are commonly used in plant research.
Prices for fabrics are per 0.5m and fabrics are sold by an increment of 0.5m. Please indicate the length you wish to order as a multiple of 0.5m (e.g. Quantity 2 for 1m, 3 for 1.5m…). Fabrics of the same design will be shipped in one piece. Maximum length: 5meters (=Quantity 10). For longer pieces or wholesale prices, please contact us.
|4 - 5||10%||kr267.30|
|6 - 10||15%||kr252.45|
Product: Linen fabric printed on one side (backside white), 1m46 wide. Suitable for home textiles, bags and clothing.
Material: 100% linen OEKO-Tex 100 certified grown and woven in Belarus, printed in Lithuania. Available as 185 gsm for home textile or 150 gsm softened linen for clothing. The softening procedure is mechanical and called “stone-washed” (mimicking the natural softening usually obtained through repeated washing), no additives were used.
Pattern: Vein structure in the leaf of an Arabidopsis plant. Veins are the transport routes for water, minerals and sugar inside the plant.
(Currently out of stock, contact us if you are interested!)