Foulard - turquoise blue and bluish green linen shawl with twills and drawings forming squares.
Handmade in four-lizos loom.
Foulard - Green-blue linen shawl.
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|Measures||1.96 cm. x 43 cm. 6 cm. fringe at the ends.|
|More about the textile fibres used||Visit the blog to learn more about linen.|
|Washing tips||Hand wash in almost cold water with neutral soap. Shake lightly before laying and ironing, use the soft iron.|
|Finishes||Fringes at knotted ends. Washing and ironing.|
Foulard - Linen shawl with warp in two colors, turquoise blue and blue-grey, and green-blue plot, with drawings forming squares, of different blues and greens. It has been woven with drawings forming lists that appear as squares of warp tones. Flambéed cotton details with turquoise linen provides an irregular texture.
It is woven to create a steamy and light effect, with a somewhat open weft, which provides lightness and transparency. Colors in very versatile blue-green tones, which make effect twisted by the combination of these in weft and warp.
Flax is a plant fiber, with many beneficial properties; for something has been used for thousands of years for fabrics that will be close to the skin. It has the property of absorbing its weight several times in water, so it keeps the skin dry. It also has antiallergic properties and is especially suitable for people with skin sensitive to other fibers.
It is a vegetable fiber and has a freshly washed appearance somewhat rigid, but changes noticeably with ironing; fabrics made of linen are the softest. Also noteworthy is the weight, which makes linen fabrics have a special fall.
Being a fiber of high durability, linen fabrics can last "all life", like the fabrics of our grandmothers...
For the measurements and the resulting fabric, it can be used as foulard, as shawl, as a handkerchief...
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