Natural fibers

Enhance your home decor with the timeless beauty of natural fibers. Explore top ideas to incorporate natural fiber materials into your furniture, rugs, and accessories for a warm and inviting ambiance.
Linen has almost disappeared from home industry. Linen Flax, the catalyst of a major industry in Europe, is now sent to China for processing. The long, luxurious fiber is chopped into tow and processed on cotton machinery (cottonized) to produce lower quality textiles that wear out quickly and feed a throw away, consumerism. The smooth, sheen and soft hand of traditional linen that aged with beauty and became softer with washings, has fallen to industrial expediency. Crafts, Organic Gardening, Nature, China, Linens And Lace, Linen, Flax Weaving, Flax Fiber, Hemp

Linen is an exquisite natural fiber, known for its durability, beautiful sheen, and wicking properties. It is cool to wear in summer, naturally antibacterial, resists soiling but needs ironing. The plight of linen is a heart breaking story. Once the fiber grown in every croft and cottage for household use. Once spun and woven by ... Read More about Linen, an endangered natural fiber

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Natural fibre clothing is becoming increasingly popular for its numerous benefits. From the comfort it provides to its environmental impact, natural fibres offer a better alternative to synthetic fabrics. In this article, we'll explore the various types of natural fibers, their benefits, and the few disadvantages they may have. Get ready to make an informed decision for your next clothing purchase.

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Flax plant (Linus usitatissimum) is believed by many historians to have been introduced into England by the Romans; by the 16th century, laws were enacted requiring that a quarter of an acre (one rood) of flax be planted for every sixty acres under cultivation. Here is great educational video from England in the 1940's explaining the process of turning flax into a fiber...