LinenBeauty offers you probably the widest range of highest quality linen fabrics made from 100% European Flax. Whilst choosing natural fabrics for your home textiles, crafts, upholstery or clothes is always the best option, linen is even better than other fabrics. Linen requires less water and fewer pesticides to grow than cotton. It is biodegradable, so after its long life it will gently decompose without leaving any waste. All parts of the flax plant can be used, meaning there are no harmful bi-products as a result of our processing and manufacturing procedures.
We are delighted to be joined this week by Sarah Thayer of Slow Coach Sarah. This is such a timely interview, given that we are all living in an increasingly uncertain world, where the pace of world events and modern life can seem overwhelming. Based in the UK, Sarah worked in both the corporate and public sectors before training as a counsellor and Transformational Coach. She now helps people discover how to get the life they want, at the pace that suits them.
If you’ve spent much of the last strange few months confined to your house, you might have experienced the urge to change your decor. If now isn’t the time for a major overhaul but you still want to changes things up, sometimes a few simple new pieces can make the whole space feel fresh and updated. So, we’ve discovered a few beautiful DIY home hacks using linen to help you bring a new look to your house.
Whether you’re a skilled maker looking for inspiration, or you’re new to sewing, here are some fun linen craft projects to make your home even more beautiful. We’ve used linen as the basis for these crafts, thanks to its versatility and durability, and you can add embellishments as you please. Love pom poms? Want to experiment with different fabrics? Here’s some inspiration...