- Kinshasa is a warm orange yellow
- Kisangani is a warm deep orange
- Kolwezi is a pinkish red
- 30 count linen can be used for counted cross stitch; 54 count is terrific for any hand or machine stitching
- Linen is fantastic for garment sewing or small projects like bags
- Hues are: Kinshasa, Kolwezi, and Kisangani
- three colors coordinate perfectly together
- 100 percent hemp fabric
- Linen even weave fabric; equal warp and weft threads per inch
- Preshrunk and colorfast
Why use hemp linen? Hemp is also an eco-conscious alternative to conventional cotton. Hemp is a fiber that can be grown with far fewer pesticides, herbicides and water than cotton. It grows quickly and chokes out weeds growing around it. It is considered to be one of the most sustainable fibers currently available.
You can use my fabrics with confidence, knowing they will not bleed color or pucker from shrinking after you sew with them.
Please contact me with any questions.
Most of our items are made to order. That means we start working on your fabric once we receive your order and payment. You will receive an email following your purchase confirming your order. We will then start working on your items. We will send you an email when your item ships and will include tracking information at that time. Below are expected shipping dates by collection:
Questions? email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Product||Ship within days after purchase|
|hand dyed indigo fabric||2-3 days|
|embroidery linen||2-3 days|
|hemp silk||2-3 days|
|hand dyed napkins||5-7 days|
|tea towels||2-3 days|