The term “linen” refers to yarn and fabric made from flax fibres.Linen may be the oldest textile material in the world.Its history goes back many thousands of years.The earliest records of an established linen industry come to us from Egypt. Ancient Egyptians grew flax and they were able to process flax fibres.Their fabrics,woven from hand spun yarns and then colourfully dyed,were extremely fine.

Modern technologies make the finished linen product beautiful and prestigious.Linen uses range from bed and bath fabrics (tablecloths,dish towels,bed sheets,etc.), home and commercial furnishing items (wall coverings,upholstery,window treatments,etc.),apparel items (suits,dresses,skirts,shirts,etc.) to industrial products (luggage,canvases,sewing thread etc.).

Linen is a very durable and strong fabric.It does not stretch and is resistant to damage from abrasion.Linen is relatively easy to take care of since it resists dirt and stains and can be dry cleaned,machine washed or steamed.Linen fabrics always have a high natural luster.

Highly absorbent and a good conductor of heat,linen is airy in garments.Linen fabrics do not cause allergic reactions.Wearing linen clothes helps to get rid of some skin diseases.

Linen is renowned for its spectacular durability and long life.Natural properties of flax-based products make a perfect choice for use as household textiles,interior furnishings or apparel items-they do not get deformed,retain their colour and luster and do not fade.Linen products are regarded as a symbol of comfort and elegance.

Linen is highly ecological since its fibres are biodegradable and recyclable.