Damask designs are a difference in how light is reflected in certain areas due to a different weave pattern. This means the designs aren't always glaring you in the face, but instead are an subtle accent. This is especially true with the white option.
The Colmcille design, named after the one of the Irish Patron Saint, is a border of Irish Knotwork. One of the many interpretations of this design, is that it's an expression of the repeated crossing of the spiritual and physical paths in our lives.
Oyster White, Natural
30x46cm Rectangle, 36x51cm Rectangle
One, Four Boxed, Six Boxed
General Care Instructions for Irish Linen Products
Caring for Linen is relativly simple, the fabric is amazingly durable. Following these instructions will help it stay in top condition for longer
- Machine Washable: Gentle cycle with cold or lukewarm water (up to 40°C).
- Mild Detergent: Use a mild, liquid detergent. Avoid bleach or brighteners.
- Separate Wash: Wash linen items separately to avoid friction.
- Tumble Dry on Low: If necessary, use a low heat setting.
- Line Dry Recommended: Preferable to line dry for natural softness.
- Avoid Direct Sunlight: Prevents color fading.
- Ironing is Optional: Iron while damp for a smoother look.
- Use a Medium-Hot Iron: Iron on the reverse side to protect colors.
- Store in a Cool, Dry Place: Avoid plastic bags or boxes.
- Avoid Compression: Prevent creasing by not compressing under heavy items.
- No Bleaching: Bleach can damage linen fibers.
- Gentle Handling: Linen becomes softer and more absorbent with each wash.
- Promptly Remove from Dryer: Minimize wrinkles by removing when slightly damp.