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Linen Fabric
Trend In Needs is focused on bringing the finest quality of handwoven fabrics from different corners of the country supporting local artisans and manufacturers to back the revolution of ‘Go Vocal for Local’. In this step Trend In Need brings one of the most Demanded handwoven fabric ‘Linen fabric’.

About Linen Fabric
Linen Fabric plays an important role in Women Fashion like Linen women sarees, Linen Dress Material etc…
Linen textile is made from the fibers of the flax plant. It is very strong and absorbent and dries faster than cotton. That’s why linen garments are better than cotton & comfortable to wear in the Summer season when it’s hot. Weaving of Linen Fabric gives it an attractive texture and looks fabulous like wool, silk and other natural fibers. It is probably most appreciated because of its breathability, ability to draw moisture away from the skin.

Linen is used from several thousand years ago by people in various parts of the world. Linen is the Ancient Cloth that still beats Modern Fabrics.

Thread Count in Linen saree
Whenever we buy a linen saree, we take utmost care of the thread count of the saree. Thread count refers to the number of horizontal (weft) and vertical (warp) threads per square inch. The higher the Thread Count softer will be the fabric and the more it will be wearable and become softer over time. An Average Linen saree has a thread count between 20 to 120 count. Therefore the thread count is a sign of only the feel of the linen saree. Thread count isn’t a sign of the standard of the saree. Myth Broken!

Trendinneed brings this Linen saree collection directly from West Bengal handlooms & When it comes to saree, the Bengal handloom is the most ancient one in India. The state has a wide range of sarees like Tussar silk, Muslin and Linen sarees etc. The handwoven Linen sarees from Fulia in Bengal exhibits simplicity, elegance and beauty. The material used in the weft defines the type of linen. Pure Linen sarees use linen for both the warp and weft, whereas Silk Linen sarees use silk for the weft and similarly, Cotton Linen sarees use cotton for the weft.

We at Trend In Need bring these Bengal handlooms best quality products at the best price delivered at doorstep for all Online Shopping Customers.

How to take care of Linen Fabric?

Linen products can last for longer than many other fine fabrics if cared for properly. Many people shy away from linen because of the fabric’s reputation for being difficult to handle. Remembering a few basic rules is all that is necessary for proper linen care.
 
Linen Fabric should be washed in lukewarm or cold water. Since harsh treatment can easily damage linen, so use a gentle machine cycle and a mild detergent to wash Linen Cloths.  After every wash Linen becomes softer and more absorbent. If hand washing, it is again advisable to not be too rough with linen products. Only gentle motions will leave linen in good condition. Pulling, twisting, and brushing will harm the linen fibres. Coloured linen and white linen must never be washed together, and linen should not be cleaned with other fabrics.
 
All linen fabrics will not shrink the same. Many experts agree shrinkage of up to 3 to 4% is possible, though in rare cases, the fabric can shrink up to 10%. If one linen is washed in cold water and another in hot water, the linen washed in hot water will inevitably experience greater shrinkage.
 
Linen Clothes can be machine dry but yes stick to low temperature. When it is still slightly damp remove it from the dryer to avoid it becoming stiff, you can hang or lie flat the linen fabric to finish off the drying process.
 
There really is no need to iron linen clothes, unless they have become really crushed. In fact, we love the inherent natural creases and crumples – they are what give linen its drapery, relaxed, soft feel. But if you love ironing, or have an item that really needs pressing, iron while the fabric is still damp.