Linen Fabrics

Linen is manufactured from the flax plant's stem fibresRead More

The word linen is derived from the Latin word linum, which means flax plant, and the Greek word linon, which means linen. Linen textiles are among the world's oldest, dating back at least 10,000 years. In hot and humid areas, linen fabrics are preferred

Unlike cotton, which retains moisture for an extended period of time, linen dries fast, reducing heat retention in too hot temperatures. Manufacturing linen fabrics, on the other hand, takes far more time and resources than producing cotton, which has resulted in a continuous decline in linen's popularity since the introduction of the cotton gin. Nonetheless, the particular desired properties of linen have kept it from being completely phased out of global production, and select nations, such as China, continue to produce it in significant numbers.

With linen fabrics, manufacturers may create virtually everything that would be possible with cotton or wool. It may be used to produce shirts, slacks, dresses and skirts as well as jacket and vest combinations for both casual and business settings.

Do not miss out on other breathable fabrics like Organza fabrics, Tissue, Gajji Silk etc.

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