Annie Hayes Primitive Hooked Rugs

Primitive Unbleached Linen

from 16.00
primitive unbleached linen

Primitive Unbleached Linen

from 16.00

I'm a firm believer in using linen as the foundation cloth for my rugs. I've tried other fabrics -- monk's cloth, burlap, and bleached linen. Linen is the strongest fabric to use as your foundation. It's much more durable than burlap and bindings can be sewn on with your sewing machine, a true time saver. Burlap cannot be sewn with a sewing machine and is much less durable than linen. It's my personal feeling that unbleached linen blends in better with the rug than the white of bleached linen. This fabric is appropriate for wide cut strips. It is sold by the yard or half yard. A piece longer than one yard will be one piece of the specified length.

  • 64" wide

  • Flat rate shipping in US - $10 per order

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I'm a firm believer in using linen as the foundation cloth for my rugs. I've tried other fabrics -- monk's cloth, burlap, and bleached linen. Linen is the strongest fabric to use as your foundation. It's much more durable than burlap and bindings can be sewn on with your sewing machine, a true time saver. Burlap cannot be sewn with a sewing machine and is much less durable than linen. It's my personal feeling that unbleached linen blends in better with the rug than the white of bleached linen. This fabric is appropriate for wide cut strips. It is sold by the yard or half yard. A piece longer than one yard will be one piece of the specified length.

  • 64" wide

  • Flat rate shipping in US - $10 per order