Linen, Fibre, yarn, and fabric made from the flax plant. Flax is one of the oldest textile fibres used by humans; evidence of its use has been found in Switzerland’s prehistoric lake dwellings. Fine linen fabrics have been discovered in ancient Egyptian tombs. The fibre is obtained by subjecting plant stalks to a series of operations, including retting (a fermentation process), drying, crushing, and beating. Linen is stronger than cotton, dries more quickly, and is more slowly affected by exposure to sunlight. Low elasticity, imparting a hard, smooth texture, makes linen subject to wrinkling. Because linen absorbs and releases moisture quickly and is a good conductor of heat, linen garments feel cool to wearers. Fine grades of linen are made into woven fabrics and laces for apparel and household furnishings.
Nowadays , linen fabric is the hottest one in the world of fashion industry. It’s unique, it’s breathable, elegant and easy to carry. These sarees are not only comfortable but has unique texture and flow also.
Weave Type :: Bengal Handloom
Work Type :: Fulia Handloom
Pattern:: Handwoven Contemporary Border
Material :: Pure Linen
Length :: 5.4 MTR for the saree
Blouse:: We have attached contrast blouse fabric of one mtr to enhance the beauty of the saree.
Width :: 48.5 inches
Weight:: 700 gm approx
Wash :: Dry