Know The Linen
by Bharat Chaudhari on Sep 02, 2020
Linen fibre is highly lustrous and stiff. It's known for fine wrinkles, adding elegance to fabric. Typically it has thick/thin places giving a feeling of crisp and naturally textured fabric which enhances its appearance.
Though this fibre possesses a stiff character, its absorbent feature adds to the usefulness of fabric. As it also possesses the stiff character it will barely cling to skin and when it billows away, it tends to quick dry. Also this fabric will be softened and will more breathable after every wash.
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Origin and History
Linen is one of the oldest fabrics and the earliest evidence of it being manufactured dates back to Egypt, approximately 4,000 years ago. Clothes made from this fabric were worn by the wealthier members of society as it is slightly harder to manufacture linen when compared to the manufacturing of other fibers and fabrics. The Egyptians indulged in a trade with Phoenicians who had their own merchant fleets, through which linen was traded with the people in the Mediterranean areas as well.
It is through trade that linen eventually reached Ireland, where one of the most systemized means to actually produce flax has been documented. Once this fabric was filtered into England, it came to India during the British Rule. Largely worn by wealthier British people, the fabric was eventually produced in India as well to cater to their needs.
Key Benefits of wearing Linen Clothing
- Sustainable fashion
- Suitable for every season
- Easy to care for