These little linen cloths are my interpretation of an 18th Century piece in the collection of Johannes and Christian Zinzendorf (author of The Big Book of Flax). They would have been hard-wearing, everyday items that could wipe your face, scrub your dishes or even mop the floor. The original was made of handspun tow linen (the short fibers that are left over after the long "line" linen is processed). Mine is a combination of tow and line linen, and is not handspun.
Approx. 33 x 35 cm (13 x 13.5 inches)
100% Belgian Linen
Flax strick not included.