Asotin

2050-07

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Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin
Asotin


About

Asotin is a blend of organic linen and organic cotton, woven to resemble the finest linen lawn, with a smooth, crisp hand. It is 6.0 oz. per square yard, so it has a bit more substance than does traditional lawn. Use it for curtains, bedding, clothing - anyplace you would want a lightweight, tightly woven, washable fabric! It has a slightly slubbed appearance which gives it depth and interest. It comes in 10 playful colors, perfect for kids and babies and easily washable.

The Fabric Name

Asotin, Washington is the last city along the Snake River route to Hells Canyon, which is the deepest gorge on the American continent. Bighorn sheep, elk, deer, black bear and mountain goats may be seen along the banks of the river. The area is a wildlife paradise. Asotin is from the Nez Perce language and means “place of eel" from the abundance of eels caught there.

Uses

Curtains, bedding, clothing - anyplace you would want a lightweight, tightly woven, washable fabric! It has a slightly slubbed appearance which gives it depth and interest. It comes in 10 playful colors, perfect for kids and babies - and easily washable.

Specifications

  • care:

    Washable in all temperatures, but we always suggest using cool temperatures to prolong the life of your fabric and the vibrancy of colors, and to save energy.  All of our fabrics are dry cleanable – although please use a green cleaner if you have one in your area.**

  • certification: Organic fibers are third party certified organic; fabric processed to GOTS (But no certification for the fabric, just the fibers)
  • content: 55% organic linen, 45% organic cotton
  • weight: 6.0 oz yd2 / 203 gm m2
  • width: 56" / 142 cm

Why choose us?

We've done the work for you

Over the years, Patty and Leigh Anne dedicated tons of time researching ethical and sustainable production—how it’s done, and what the implications are to us (and to all living things)  and to our planet.  They even put it in their mission statement, a goal “to change the way textiles are being made” – kind of a reach for such an upstart little company, right?