Our Fine Irish Linen Napkins are made from a plain linen we weave in our factory in Northern Ireland. The variations with these napkins comes in with the hem type.
Mitred corners, for those that don't know, have a seam run diagonally in from the corner, into the inside of the seam - as opposed to a through corner which would have a seam parallel to one of the sides.
We also punchspoke this range. Punchspoking, or hemstitching, involved punching a hole along the seam before two needles lay down a stitch on each side to hold the hole open. This creates a neat border around the napkin.