11 Oz Oatmeal Belgian Linen Fabric
- Product ID: DAKOAT
- Content: 100% Linen
- Width: 54/55"
Weight: 11 Oz Per Square Yard
- Care: Dry Cleaning Recommended
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Yards,
when ordering more than 50 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
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Why did you choose this?
What is the difference between the Belgian and Irish linen fabrics?
BEST ANSWER: The main difference, in this case, is the weight. This Belgian linen is medium/heavy at 11 oz per square yard, while Irish linen is much lighter at 6.7 oz. Some of our Belgian linen is even heavier at 14.7 oz. See this video for more on Belgium linen: ostx.wistia.com/medias/tvxidyyaob
Is this linen suitable for upholstering?
BEST ANSWER: I think that it would be great for upholstering. It certainly depends on the look you want. It is not very heavy (as some backed upholstery fabrics are) but it has a beautiful hand. I pre-shrunk mine as I was using it for Japanese cross-back aprons. It was quite heavy for these but worked very nicely. If you choose the washing vs. dry cleaning method it will appear softer, and less formal, but warmly inviting. I love it.
What is the wyzenbeek of this fabric?
BEST ANSWER: I bought this fabric to make Roman Shades.
I am wondering what weight of linen is the best for really nice slack?.
BEST ANSWER: This linen is stiff and heavy. We recommend Irish linen for slacks.
What is the best drapery weight when selecting Belgium linen? 11oz or lighter?
I am looking for a linen or linen look fabric to upholster seat and backs of dining room chairs.Recomendation of weight or specific fabric would be appreciated greatly. Ideas?
BEST ANSWER: This 11oz Belgian Linen would work well for dining room chairs. It's fairly heavy, so it would be the best suited for upholstery, as compared to other weights of linen. We suggest ordering a sample if you want to get a better sense of the weight or if you want to see any of the colors in person. You can find all the color choices here:
How many meters of fabrication do i need to cover all the Walls in a conservatory of 8 Times' 4 meters, 2,5 M tall?
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure exactly what you're picturing. Do you mean cover the walls with curtains? To literally cover the walls in flat panels of linen, you would need roughly 54 yards of this fabric. To do curtains, multiply this amount by 1.5 or 2, depending on how full you want the curtains to be. There's also other considerations like hems and number of panels. This drapery yardage calculator may be helpful: www.onlinefabricstore.net/drapery-yardage-calculator.aspx
what is the durability rating for this fabric?