Linen Fabric (also called weave) is made of fibre from the flax plant. It is most popular and most liked by many users due to its vast benefits such as durability, softness, strength, natural origins, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. There is a broad range of different types of linen fabrics which can be identified from each other by the weave patterns and the texture.
Below is a list of the different kinds of the fabrics discussed in details.
Plain woven linen fabric - Plain woven linen is commonly used to make dish towel, cotton towels and hand towels.
Loosely woven linen fabric - Loosely woven linen is highly absorbent, but it is the least durable type of linen fabric
Sheeting linen - Linen apparel is usually made from sheeting linen due to its con-texture, soft surface and close weave.
Damask linen fabric - Damask linen isn't designed for everyday use, and it's more common in decorative items.
Toweling - This type of linen that are suitable to produce towels. It comes in different sizes and towels that are made can be used for a wide range of purposes.
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