Napkin Confusion - 249
Our pure linen napkins inspire with their fine feel in a variety of patterns. The napkins are cut individually, which means that, if a grand pattern was chosen, each one is unique and features a different detail. The three-centimetre-wide border of our napkins is finished with eyelet embroidery - a design which is known as a hemstitch.
- 100% linen
- distinctive fabric quality
- fine hemstitch
- made individually for you
About this fabric
Confusion, from the quill of Viennese designer Thomas Feichtner, draws its inspiration from the styling of Art Deco and the Viennese Secession. The pattern is made from fine pure linen and is suitable for a variety of products.
- high-quality pure linen
- contrasting colours
- clean lines
About our manufacture
Our weaving mill in the Mühlviertel region of Austria has been manufacturing fabrics since 1853. Our family business is now in its 6th generation of management and stands for natural high-quality textiles. With special devotion we have commited ourselves to Jacquard weaving, a technique that allows for richly detailed patterns. Our products made from pure linen, are a 100% European product from the farmer’s field through to the finished fabric, and are woven and sewn at our manufactory in Ulrichsberg.
- Family business in 6th generation
- European linen
- woven & sewn in Austria
The right care
You needn’t worry too much about the correct care of linen products. As long as you follow a few simple tips, you will continue to enjoy our products for a long time. Do not overfill the drum, and do not use water-saving programmes. Although we recommend a washing temperature of 40 °C, our products can also be washed at 60 °C without any problem. It is best to use mild liquid detergent without fabric brighteners or softeners, and at low spin speeds. Linen is best ironed while it is still damp.
- Linen loves to be washed
- We recommend a washing temperature of 40 °C or 60 °C
- Water-saving programmes are harmful to products made of natural fibres
- Avoid using water-saving programmes
Viennese designer Thomas Feichtner has created a monochrome for the traditional manufacturer that allows the jacquard pattern on the linen to constantly change between positive and negative. The iridescent jacquard pattern is made up of intertwining lines, either horizontal, vertical or at a 45° angle, just as if the linen is weaving itself. The designer describes his creation as: "a pattern that at first glance is a casual confusion with structure and system."
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