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Do you want to make a quality tea towel? This tea towel canvas fabric by the meter, 47 cm wide, made in France with 100% cotton, with the edges already sewn, is ideal! This fabric woven by Toiles de la montagne noire, off-white with its black Scottish checks is also available in a width of 150 cm to make coordinated household linen: apron, potholder, tea towels, tablecloths...
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|Sales unit||10 cm|
|Fabrics Weight||250 g/m2|
|Material Composition||100 % Coton|
|Washing||30° normal wash|
|Brand||Les toiles de la montagne noire|
|Pattern size||60 mm x 55mm|
|Manufacturing process||Woven : satin|
|Main color||Beige, Black|
|Treatment||Aucun traitement chimique n'est appliqué au tissu|
Tea towel canvas fabric - black Scottish check x 10cm
All the cotton or mixed fabrics from Les Toiles de la Montagne Noire shrink by 8 to 10% during the first wash. We advise you before use to soak your canvas overnight in cold water: without detergent and without spinning. It is very important not to use a spin during the first wash to avoid breaking the fibers. This operation will allow your fabric to find its right size. So, during your next wash, you will not have any bad surprises about the size of your curtain or cushion.
Les Toiles de la Montagne Noire is specialized in fabrics and home products: table linen, bathroom linen and many other products made in France, in the Tarn area. It offers different categories of fabric: classic, rustic, and yarn dyed with different patterns, either in mixed (linen and cotton) and/or in cotton. The fibers are natural, without any chemical treatment. Therefore, for colored yarns, they come from a factory-certified "Ecolife Yarns". This means that this plant limits its environmental impact as much as possible, particularly through the use of renewable energy. Les Toiles de la Montagne Noire is part of a process to protect local jobs with 100% Tarn production. Indeed, the products are created, made and woven in the Tarn since the weavers and seamstresses are located in the department.