Linen fabric – Linnea stem pith green
This bubbly pattern in green is printed on 100% linen (185 gsm) softened by stonewashing. It originates from pith cells in the centre of a linnea (twinflower stem). Pith cells are used for storage of nutrients within plants. This fabric combines very nicely with our poppy seed capsule pattern and our cypress spores design.
Prices for fabrics are per 10 cm and fabrics are sold by an increment of 10cm. Please indicate the length you wish to order as a multiple of 10cm (e.g. Quantity 5 for 50cm, 10 for 1m…). Fabrics of the same design will be shipped in one piece. For wholesale prices, please contact us.
Find sewing inspiration for the Hummingbird tunic and trousers in this blogpost.
Product: Soft, stonewashed linen fabric printed on one side (backside white), 1m40 wide. Suitable for clothing and home textiles.
Material: This European linen is woven in an OEKO-Tex 100 certified factory in Lithuania. It is printed in Lithuania.
Composition: 100% linen
The softening procedure is mechanical and called “stone-washed” (mimicking the natural softening usually obtained through repeated washing), no additives were used.
Pattern: Linnea stem pith purple. Colours can appear differently on your screen than in reality. Please contact us if you wish to receive a free fabric sample.