Charles Craft blends the characteristics of linen with the qualities of the finest cotton to create the elegant Carolina Linen needlework fabric in the colors of Sand and Salt. Woven in North Carolina of locally grown cotton and blended with linen.
And for a limited time, all 15” x 18” Carolina Linen boxes include an exclusive FREE Seashell Wreath design.
How to Use
Linen is an evenweave fabric. Evenweave fabrics have an even number of weft and warp threads per inch. Warp threads run the entire length of the fabric, while the weft threads run side-to-side, from selvage to selvage. The thread count for evenweave fabrics is determined by this number – for example, 28-count linen has 28 vertical warp threads and 28 horizontal weft threads per inch of fabric. The higher the count number, the finer and closer the weave will be. Aida is worked with one X over one square, linen and other evenweaves are generally worked over two threads. The common term for this technique is simply called “over two threads.” Stitching “over two threads” on 28-count linen produces the same size design as one stitched on 14-count aida.