Linen Fabric Making Linen Fabric Making


A difficult-to-perfect fabric, fine linen is the product of centuries of learning, innovation and invention. The story of linen is a journey back in time.

  • European Flax
  • Raw Material
  • Hackling
  • Roving
  • Spinning
  • Dyeing
  • Yarn Quality
  • Weaving
  • Processing
  • Fabric Quality Control
  • Packaging
  • European Flax EUROPEAN FLAX

    Our Linen Source – The temperate plains of France and Belgium have the ideal climate for growing flax that has flawless characteristics. Europe has exported the crème de la crème of linen across the world for centuries.

    Linen Field
  • Raw Material RAW MATERIAL

    Famous for their softness and durability, European flax are far more glossy and resilient as compared to fibres acquired from anywhere else in the world.

    Cultivation of Linen
  • Hackling HACKLING

    Raw European flax is hand collected into bunches and fed into mechanical contraption for hackling to untangle the bundles of flax which is then stripped, stretched, cleaned and eventually twined into a coarse rope.

    Hackling of Linen
  • Roving ROVING

    The coarse rope is further stretched and wound into finer strands of linen fibres in roving machines, ceaselessly spinning into more uniform threads under the supervision of skilled craftsmen.

    Roving of Linen
  • Spinning SPINNING

    Savio Splicing Auto Winder machines from Italy take the "roved" fibres and spin it into fine yarn mounted on a spool.

    Spinning of Linen
  • Dyeing DYEING

    The spools of linen are bleached and dyed in a range of colours palettes from neutrals to vibrant tones.

    Dyeing of Linen
  • Yarn Quality YARN QUALITY

    Before each spool moves on, it is passed through quality assurance to check every inch of yarn for defects in evenness, strength and elongation.

    Linen Yarn Quality
  • Weaving WEAVING

    Expert weavers then employ imported machinery from Switzerland to turn endless specification sheets into the finest linen. This requires as much technical know-how as creativity, and under the expert hands of these craftsmen, the unique texture and feel of the fabric takes shape. This process is endlessly customizable and can be adapted to make any kind of pattern and color combination.

    Weaving of Linen
  • Processing PROCESSING

    Every yard of the fabric is washed, boiled, starched, ironed, and processed in a variety of ways to make the final superior quality finished fabric.

    Processing of Linen
  • Fabric Quality Control FABRIC QUALITY

    The fabric is scrutinized under the magnifying glass of the quality assurance experts. Even a single defect at this stage results in the entire batch being discarded.

    Linen Fabric Quality Control
  • Packaging PACKAGING

    The finished fabric is packed, sealed and distributed to showrooms and retailers all over India, so it’s still new when you put your hands to it.

    Linen Fabric Packaging