;-) being a goat you should be talking about cashmere. I love linen, if chosen correctly it can also be used for upholstery. Great window image.
Originally posted on The Anecdotal Goat:
This weekend I was on a hunt for curtains for our living room. We have a double rod in the living room, so I wound up with cotton/linen opaque curtains in a steel gray color on the outer rod, and on the inner rod I’m using white sheer linen curtains. I got to thinking, what is linen exactly? It’s a material I hear of all the time. Not to be confused with “linens” in your “linen” closet (which were indeed made of linen at some point in history, and just kept the nomenclature). I’m talking linen curtains, linen pants, even linen as listed in the ingredients in the fabric our sofa is upholstered in. I’m not sure why, but I just never thought to research exactly what linen is made of. In fact, for the longest time I thought linen was just a form of cotton, an assumption that most…
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