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Where is linen grown?

Linen is made from the flax plant and flax is grown in the Middle  East and Asia. Flax is also grown in India and the eastern  Mediterranean.

Can you iron linen?

Yes, you can. There should be a setting on your iron for it. It is moderately high heat. Iron on the reverse side to avoid a shine on the linen , and it would not hurt to use (MORE)

How do you get a butter stain out of linen fabric?

Remove as much of the stain as you can by scraping it up. Soak the fabric in cold water, using a pretreatment soak if you have one. Do not use hot water.After it has soaked f (MORE)

Is linen the same as cotton?

No. Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber, which can be used to make other textiles. However, although linen cann (MORE)

Characteristics of linen?

Linen is made from fibers from the flax plant. Some characteristics  of linen is that it is versatile, durable, strong and breathable.  It is twice as strong as silk or cott (MORE)

What is a linen plan?

  A linen plan or title plan as it is often called is drawn up by a surveyor for the land subdivision which must be approved by the council and then the land of titles off (MORE)
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What is the meaning of black linen napkin or white linen napkin?

Normally restaurants will have white on the table to match the table cloth. When you arrive, if you are were dark they will replace the napkin to match you. Iff you are also i (MORE)

Where is linen made?

  Linen is one of the earliest fibers to be made into string and cloth. It comes from the flax plant, which grows all over the Mediterranean region. Flax is a tall, reed-l (MORE)