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February 02, 2011


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I loved that! Thank you. Shared it on my FB. Happy snow to you!




I saw this video over at lena's blog
I think it's so beautiful
see you sat.


What wonderfull filming!
It's so nice to see how it progress's, from plant to material.
Linen is my favorite kind of material!
Thanks for sharing!


Great video! I've loved linen most of my life and learned to hand spin it when everyone else wanted heavy chunky wool. I've always wanted to grow a patch of it and see if I could take it all the way from seed to cloth! This video brought back that dream! Thanks for sharing!


thanks for sharing the video ~ very well filmed & so interesting... i do like to work with linen

Jessie Hansen

I've never worked with linen, but I did just buy my first linen skirt. I love it. I didn't want to take it off. This video was inspiring for me. Thank you.


Cool video! I grow flax in my garden. The pale blue flowers are so delicate and bloom up & down the stem for months. I also grind flax seeds & eat them with my morning muesli! I made curtains from thrifted linsey-woolsey (best name for fabric ever) and the way light filters through them is beautiful.


I don't know what to say but that I adored this "movie", I even shared it with my mom. (thank goodness it was in French !) Like your title says, I didn't think anything could make me love linen more ... but this video did. A similar video about hemp would be quite amazing too.
thank you so much for sharing oxox


I have a bundle of raw flax that was given to me a couple of years ago now. I feel inspired to finally create something with it now!


BellĂ­simo, la planta, todo el proceso y tan bien mostrado, un lujo!!! gracias por el link.

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