Pulp linen clothes are manufactured from a blend of rayon and linen. This gives them the lightweight feel of linen and the durability of rayon. A typical blend would be 55% linen and 45% rayon. Pulp linen is extremely flexible, greatly enhancing its design possibilities.
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 cannot be technically made of cotton, cotton in a linen weave can be loosely referred to as linen.
Linen is traditionally and most commonly used to make woven fabrics. However, it is possible to knit using linen and some manufacturers do make knitted fabrics using linen. These fabrics are rather rare and hand knitting with linen is apparently tricky.