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Romo Linara Peat Fabric

Romo Linara Fabric*

Peat

£17.50
The Millshop Cotton Linen B07 Dusky Pink Fabric
New

The Millshop Cotton Linen Fabric*

B07 Dusky Pink

£17.50
The Millshop Cotton Linen H20 Thistle Fabric
New

The Millshop Cotton Linen Fabric*

H20 Thistle

£17.50
The Millshop Cotton Linen G18 Ochre Fabric
New

The Millshop Cotton Linen Fabric*

G18 Ochre

£17.50
The Millshop Cotton Linen I02 Aegean Fabric
New

The Millshop Cotton Linen Fabric*

I02 Aegean

£17.50
The Millshop Cotton Linen A02 Peacock Fabric
New

The Millshop Cotton Linen Fabric*

A02 Peacock

£17.50
The Millshop Cotton Linen B18 Daffodil Fabric
New

The Millshop Cotton Linen Fabric*

B18 Daffodil

£17.50
Manuel Canovas Jules Taupe Fabric
Sale

Manuel Canovas Jules Fabric*

4759/04 Taupe

£14.50
Romo Linara Copenhagen Blue Plain Fabric
Sale

Romo Linara Fabric*

Copenhagen Blue

£9.00
Romo Linara Watermelon Plain Fabric

Romo Linara Fabric*

Watermelon

£17.50
Romo Linara Rhubarb Plain Fabric

Romo Linara Fabric*

Rhubarb

£17.50
Romo Linara Goldfinch Fabric
Sale

Romo Linara Fabric*

Goldfinch

£9.00
Romo Linara Emerald Fabric

Romo Linara Fabric*

Emerald

£17.50
Romo Linara Chameleon Fabric
Sale

Romo Linara Fabric*

Chameleon

£9.00
Buckingham Linen Vintage Rose fabric.

Buckingham Linen Fabric

Vintage Rose

£19.50

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Plain Linen Curtain Fabric

Plain linen fabrics can be used for a number of soft furnishing projects and are perfect for creating subtle and timeless curtains that ooze luxury. With its natural look and feel, linen fabric is ideal for completing a rustic or shabby chic or French or coastal interior. We have a range of plain linens and linen mixes that would be ideal for curtains. Most of our plain linen fabrics are natural and grey colour ways but we do have some muted coloured ones too.

Pure linen is usually an expensive textile, and is produced in relatively small quantities.  It is a textile made from the fibres of the flax plant (latin name is Linum usitatissimum) and is labor-intensive to manufacture.  It can be woven into many different designs and is a beautiful natural fabric to use for curtains as well as upholstery. Lighter weight linens are fabric household goods, such as pillowcases and towels. Textiles in a linen-weave texture, even when made of cotton, hemp and other non-flax fibres are also loosely referred to as "linen".

We offer a made to measure curtain service on most of our chenille curtain fabrics. If you would like to know more about our made to measure curtains please contact us or read more about our made to measure curtains here.

We always recommend that you dry clean our linen curtain fabrics at a specialist dry cleaners.

All our linen fabrics are available both online and in store from our fabric warehouse in Northamptonshire.

Linen Fabric History

Linen textiles appear to be some of the oldest in the world: their history goes back many thousands of years. Fragments of straw, seeds, fibres, yarns, and various types of fabrics which date back to about 8000 BC have been found in Swiss lake dwellings. Dyed flax fibres found in a prehistoric cave in Georgia suggest the use of woven linen fabrics from wild flax may date back even earlier to 36,000  woven from hand spun yarns, were very fine for their day, but are coarse compared to modern linen.