Mandi

Natural linen unblended fabric

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  • Natural linen unblended fabric a

Mandi

Natural linen unblended fabric

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  • Linen is one of the oldest  and the first fabric, that was made into string and cloth. Made from flax fibres, it was sometimes used as currency in ancient Egypt.
  • Linen is one of the best fabrics for coolness and comfort in warm weather.
  • It absorbs perspiration, allows the skin to breathe, and circulates air around the body.
  • Ideal for sensitive skin, or skin prone to heat rashes.
  • 100% pure natural linen.
  • Natural off white. Without motifs.
  • Can be machine washed.
  • Ideal for shirts or summer trousers.
  • Order starts from minimum 1 meter. 
  • 52 inch width.
  • Wash dark colors separately.
  • There may be subtle differences in color and motif between the image displayed and actual piece.

Our Ayurveda fabrics range or healthy fabrics, have natural fibre and help the skin heal and breathe, through their natural healing properties. Our weavers, experiment with different natural fibres, ultimately aiming at organic healthy fabrics that help your body and skin.

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  • Linen is one of the oldest  and the first fabric, that was made into string and cloth. Made from flax fibres, it was sometimes used as currency in ancient Egypt.
  • Linen is one of the best fabrics for coolness and comfort in warm weather.
  • It absorbs perspiration, allows the skin to breathe, and circulates air around the body.
  • Ideal for sensitive skin, or skin prone to heat rashes.
  • 100% pure natural linen.
  • Natural off white. Without motifs.
  • Can be machine washed.
  • Ideal for shirts or summer trousers.
  • Order starts from minimum 1 meter. 
  • 52 inch width.
  • Wash dark colors separately.
  • There may be subtle differences in color and motif between the image displayed and actual piece.

Our Ayurveda fabrics range or healthy fabrics, have natural fibre and help the skin heal and breathe, through their natural healing properties. Our weavers, experiment with different natural fibres, ultimately aiming at organic healthy fabrics that help your body and skin.