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3 piece Linen bedding sets 100% Pure French Linen Duvet cover Sets

3 piece Linen bedding sets 100% Pure French Linen Duvet cover Sets

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Item :Linen bedding sets 100%Pure french Linen 


material :100% French Linen


fabric weight :163gsm 


customer size contact with us .

color :30color for choose 


1sets contain 1 piece duvet cover ,2 piece pillowcase 

the pillowcase with 4cm border , terse style pillowcase




Size
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Size details
Au king
1x duvet cover
240*210cm
2x pillowcase
50*75cm
Au Queen
1x duvet cover
210*210cm
2x pillowcase
50*75cm
Cal king
1x duvet cover
269*228cm
2x pillowcase
50*92cm
King
1x duvet cover
265*235cm
2x pillowcase
50*92cm
Queen
1x duvet cover
224*235cm
2x pillowcase
50*75cm
Full
1x duvet cover
220*200cm
2x pillowcase
50*75cm
Twin
1x duvet cover
150*200cm
2x pillowcase
50*66cm
XL twin
1x duvet cover
173*218cm
2x pillowcase
50*66cm
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280CM width Linen  color card
 



stripe Linen color card ,
fabric width 280CM 



The Linen duvet cover we can according to customer request .terse button closure , Tie closure . or ruffle , lace edge .





Linen pillowcase normal choose envelope terse style , if you want other style , welcome contact with us .
           

         How to Iron?
Linen will always have natural wrinkles after washing. This gives the rustic and modern look to your linen.
No need to iron! You can flat and smooth your towel by shaking it with your hands.
If you would like to have it pressed,
use low temperature iron while
it’s still damp. Use a damp tower to overlay on linen when pressing a dry linen.
             How to washing?
- -linen can be both hand washed and machine washed .
 ....Wash your linen at low temperature (30C / 104F or lower) .....Wash white, light and dark color linens separately.
....If possible, wash separately from other fabrics as well. ....Use gentle/delicate cycle at your machine with mild detergent.  --Do not bleach.
--Don't expose yourself to too much sun
                                                                       About Linen
Flax is one of the oldest textile fibers in the world. The oldest woven garment dates back to the time of Ancient Egypt, approximately 5000 years ago. Linen was brought to Europe through trade and around the 13th century, Western Europe had become the world’s center for the flax industry, peaking in the 1800s.
Since its arrival, flax has always been present in Western Europe because the plant grows best here. temperate climate ensures the ideal alternation of sun and rain for a large and strong plant. The longer and stronger the fiber, the better the quality of the linen. More than 75% of flax fibers used worldwide to weave linen fabric come from France, Belgium and the Netherlands.To enable the separation of fiber from plant, flax is retted. The plant is left lying on the field for up to 6 weeks while nature takes its course. The green stem dries out and turns woody and brown. The exact color depends on the amount of sun and rain during the retting process. The unique beige color of linen fabric is the natural hue of flax, the color of nature. You can find these colors in the shop as flax, natural and oyster. These products are not dyed, only washed or bleached. It’s linen in its most natural form!

Flax is a strong fiber. It requires great knowledge to weave the stiff fiber into a quality fabric. A high-quality linen fabric can last years and has a high resistance to wear and tear. Linen yarns have a very specific irregular structure and create the unique look of the fabric. Flax fiber is hollow on the inside and can absorb moisture well, in fact a linen fabric can absorb up to 20% of its own weight in water! The fiber also releases the moisture easily, which makes the fabric dry quickly. A useful characteristic in towels, bath linen and bed linen. Flax fiber has great thermoregulating qualities ; the hollow strucuture of the fiber breathes and makes it cool in the summer and warm in the winter.



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