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From Flax to Linen - Traditional Methods from Lithuania
An in-depth look at how flax is processed by hand, using traditional methods from Lithuania. Retting, breaking, hacking, scutching, and finally spinning and weaving - resulting in beautiful, textural linen fabric.
How to Use Dried Cattail to Make Indian Baskets
Basket-weaving is an ancient art form practiced by Native Americans for thousands of years. Using natural reeds and materials, weavers created their own distinct patterns and styles for their baskets, elevating a simple craft into art.
Flax to Linen: Breaking and Scutching | MOTHER EARTH NEWS
If you’ve grown flax for fiber and retted it, the straw is ready to be processed into fiber to spin. Learn about using flax brakes and scutching boards.
How-to Process Cattail Leaves for Weaving
Step-by-step directions by Cathryn Peters on how to process cattail leaves after gathering them for chair seat and basket weaving projects.
Grow Flax For Linen In Your Garden | MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Use this guide to find out how you can grow your own fiber crops that allow you to gather resources to make your own clothes from scratch.
8 Step Process Of Turning Flax Plant Into Natural Fiber
Flax plant (Linus usitatissimum) is believed by many historians to have been introduced into England by the Romans; by the 16th century, laws were enacted requiring that a quarter of an acre (one rood) of flax be planted for every sixty acres under cultivation. Here is great educational video from England in the 1940's explaining the process of turning flax into a fiber...
Belgian Linen 101 — My Soulful Home
Chocolate and linen expertise - really, what is not to love about Belgium? Sweets aside for a moment - what makes Belgian linen - well, so Belgian ? Belgian linen is "bespoke " in the sense that is made to a set of standards. I have waited & waited for the right moment to
Linen, an endangered natural fiber
Linen is an exquisite natural fiber, known for its durability, beautiful sheen, and wicking properties. It is cool to wear in summer, naturally antibacterial, resists soiling but needs ironing. The plight of linen is a heart breaking story. Once the fiber grown in every croft and cottage for household use. Once spun and woven by ... Read More about Linen, an endangered natural fiber