Linen Huck Hand Towel


Weaving Heritage In Ireland Since 1854 - Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen

Style: Huckaback and Rose

Huckaback and Rose
Plain Huckaback

Colour: Oyster White

Colour: Oyster White
Oyster White

Size: 46x81cm


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The huck weave increases the amount of small interstitial spaces within the fabric. These spaces further boost the absorbency of linen. Combined with linen's natural wicking properties along it's fibres, this creates a towel that holds a lot of moisture, but is also quick to dry.

Linen also resists bacterial growth (up to 60% when dew retted fibres are used, so we use dew retted for all of our yarn, it also makes them very eco-friendly). This resistance makes them extra suited for use as hand towels.

Additional Information

Huckaback and Rose, Plain Huckaback


Oyster White, Natural



Care Guide

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.

General Tips:

  • 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.