Linen fabric is the world’s oldest type of textile. Its production process is the most ecological and does not result in products that are harmful to nature or man. It is also non-polluting and does not produce waste. Nature itself provides us with the best that we can get from it.
Flax is a strong, inelastic natural fibre with antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It is breathable and suitable for people with allergies. Compared to any other fabric, linen creates the best microclimate for the skin, allowing it to breathe and absorb moisture and sweat effectively. Linen fabrics are resistant to static electricity, weaken the effects of radiation, protect against ultraviolet sun rays, making them suitable for protection even in spacecraft. Linen wrinkles quickly; however, such wrinkles are considered a sign of authenticity and good quality.
Unlike natural raw linen fabric, a linen that is industrially washed and softened shrinks significantly less after washing, it does not change the shape of the product and remains soft and gentle.
Percale is a dense taffeta weave of uniform warp and weft. Unlike satin, the percale surface is matte and brightens with each wash. Percale is similar to satin in its quality, density, and softness, but it is not as slippery and shiny. It is a durable fabric, which is also very breathable, a great choice for people with a tendency to sweat more.
Satin is a method of weaving where thin yarns are twisted in diagonal lines. This weaving method makes it possible to obtain a fabric with a shiny, smooth surface, which creates a feeling of luxury. While satin is an expensive cotton fabric, there are many fabrics produced by satin weaving technology. Their prices depend on the processing of the cotton fibre and the thinness of the woven yarns as well as the quality of the dye. The longer the cotton fibres used at twisting the thinnest yarns, the finer, the softer, and the more expensive the fabric is.