WHERE? True North products are now available with FREE SHIPPING to Canada and the USA! We can also ship to many other countries, each is priced differently by the carrier, you can find out more in the Shopping Cart.
HOW LONG? Most orders are shipped out within a week. From the date of order, they are usually delivered within 5-10 business days in Canada, and 5-15 business days in the USA. International shipments depend on the method you choose. Note that times can vary based on economic circumstances and the general world wildness that we are all experiencing right now.
If you are looking for a quicker delivery, we do offer a shipping upgrade for a small fee. You can select it during checkout.
DUTIES AND TAXES Duties and taxes may apply based on your country. Please check your country's policies on Canadian imports.
TRACKING? You will receive an email with tracking information once your product has shipped. Be sure to check your spam filter
Please do note that additional charges may apply if a package is returned to us due to an incorrect or incomplete address provided on your order.
Care/Use: Beautifully simple and easy to use, True North’s fabric is made of top quality linen and comes to you soft and ready to use. Easy to care for: cold water wash on a gentle cycle and lay flat to dry.
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Shadow is a fitting moniker for this fabric, which artfully plays with the contrast of deep gray and crisp white stripes. The pattern is rhythmic and precise, reminiscent of shadows cast by slatted blinds in the soft light of dusk. This textile captures the interplay of light and dark, bringing a dynamic yet harmonious balance to the design, perfect for creating a space of sophisticated depth and visual interest.
Lightweight Linen Weave
Each yard measures 54" wide x 36" long. Multiple yards will be cut as a continuous piece
Weight: 185 grams per square metre
Description: A lightweight linen weave refers to a type of linen fabric that is woven in a way that creates a relatively thin and airy texture. This type of linen is often preferred for warm weather clothing, as it allows for good air circulation and breathability.
Lightweight linen weaves can be achieved through a variety of techniques, such as using a loose weave or a fine yarn, and can result in fabrics that range from semi-sheer to slightly opaque.
Despite its light and airy quality, lightweight linen is still a strong and durable material that can stand up to frequent use and washing.
It is often used for summer dresses, shirts, and blouses, as well as for curtains, tablecloths, and other home decor items.
What is linen?
Linen, a captivating and natural material, endows a multitude of advantages to those who incorporate it into their home and family products.
Our linen products embody a harmonious fusion of longevity, sophistication, comfort, and aesthetic appeal, rendering them a flawless choice for any home.
Additionally, linen is renowned for its eco-friendliness as it is crafted from flax, a crop that necessitates minimal amounts of water and pesticides, exemplifying our commitment to sustainability.
What type of linen are used in your products?
We currently utilize 2 types of European linen. A linen twill, and a lightweight linen weave.
The majority of our products use a lightweight linen weave.
Any items that are twill, are listed with twill in the colour swatch, title, or fabric description.
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Why natural fabrics?
At our company, we have a deep-rooted conviction that natural products are the optimal choice for our homes and our planet. Our commitment to using only the highest-quality, all-natural materials in our products is a reflection of our values.
Why European Linen?
We pride ourselves on our selection of fabrics that capture the timeless elegance of European linen which we use to craft a range of products that are both comfortable and sustainable.
European linen is a type of linen fabric that is made from flax fibers grown in Europe, particularly in countries such as Belgium, France, and Ireland, where the cool climate and rich soil are ideal for producing high-quality flax.
The term "European linen" refers not only to the origin of the flax, but also to the traditional methods used in its cultivation, harvesting, and processing.
European linen is known for its superior quality, durability, and softness, making it a popular choice for luxury linens and high-end apparel.