Flax fibers are considered raffia fibers which are fibers collected from the phloem or inner bark of the plant. Fabrics made with raffia fibers are generally very resistant and long-lasting fabrics.
Linen fiber has a high resistance to traction and elongation, is brighter and more silky than other natural textile fibers, and is a hygroscopic fabric, that is, it tends to absorb and release moisture very well. Linen fibers are in fact empty, they transport air and humidity in a completely natural way.
During the colder months, layered linen blankets and sheets are great for keeping the heat in your body. Linen reacts to the seasons, and to give the best in all circumstances it is necessary to have direct contact with the skin.
The linen fabric protects from the sun’s rays, and has excellent resistance to degradation due to heat. The natural color of Linen varies from yellowish to gray and can be dyed in different ways.