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Weaving A Greener Future

UW Fabric represents brands that have been in business since 1795 – by 2025, we’ll be 230 years old. Our heritage is steeped in weaving homegrown high-quality linens; sustainability is in our roots. Now it’s time for us to continue to lay the foundations
for the next 230 years. That’s why we are making a fresh commitment to continue building a better community around our people, creating a better, increasingly sustainable product for a better planet.

Renewable &

Durable &

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& Antibacterial

Linen fabric is a natural and eco-friendly fabric that comes from the flax plant, which can grow with little water and chemicals, and can improve the soil

and prevent erosion. Flax is a renewable resource that can be harvested every year. Linen is biodegradable and compostable, meaning it does not

create waste or pollution.

Linen fabric is a durable and versatile fabric that can be used for various purposes, such as clothing, home textiles, and industrial products.
Linen is strong, resistant to abrasion, tearing, and pilling, and can last for a long time. Linen is breathable, thermoregulating, absorbent, and naturally moth resistant. Linen is available in different weights, weaves, colours, and patterns, and can be blended with other fabrics.

Linen fabric is a hypoallergenic and antibacterial fabric that is suitable for people with sensitive skin or allergies and can prevent the growth of bacteria and fungi that cause odours and infections. Linen does not irritate the skin or cause allergic reactions. Linen has natural antimicrobial properties that can inhibit the growth of microorganisms.

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Low Impact &
Low Energy

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& Ethical

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& Cool

Linen fabric is a low-impact fabric that consumes less energy and resources than other fabrics, and can be processed without bleaching or dyeing, which reduces the use of toxic substances and water pollution. Linen requires less land, water, and fertilisers than cotton, and less chemicals than synthetic fabrics. Linen can be produced without using synthetic dyes or bleaches, which can harm the environment and the fabric.

Linen fabric is a socially responsible fabric that supports the livelihoods of many farmers and workers around the world and ensures fair wages and working conditions for the producers. Linen is a labour-intensive crop that requires manual harvesting and processing, which creates jobs and income for rural communities. Linen is a
fair-trade product that follows ethical and sustainable standards.

Linen fabric is a stylish and timeless fabric that can suit any occasion and season and has a natural and elegant appearance that can be dyed in various colours and patterns. Linen is a comfortable and cool fabric that can keep you warm in winter and cool in summer. Linen is a fabric that never goes out of fashion and can be worn for years.

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