Published at Thursday, 07 November 2019. table_linens. By Chin-Hwa Hong.
Prior to weaving and spinning, the women would color the flax. Bleaching the fine Swedish table linens was difficult, as many of the dyes were not colorfast. Some of the natural dyes that were utilized were from natural findings leaves, lichens, moss, and bark. In the rare occasions when other colors were requested, they could buy colorings--logwood, gambier, indigo, and Farnock (from a tree).
The designs as well as the color of the table linen are other very crucial considerations that require a lot of focus when it comes to choosing a linen. However, these two factors depend on the individual is taste as well as the occasion. Select either subdued prints or solid color for the formal occasions. Try to be a bit flexible and creative if the occasion if informal; try to be as creative as possible and come up with something very interesting as well as pleasant not only to you but others especially your visitors.
The second approach is to take some time before even beginning to search to decide how you will be using the linens. Are they for everyday use? Are they for a more formal evening of entertaining your friends? Are they intended to decorate for holiday atmosphere? Do you like to iron? Will children be seated at the table? Once you have the answers to these questions you are ready to begin.
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