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These sheer, almost weightless curtain panels are made from an open-weave pure linen 60" wide. We allow one 60" panel per 36" of the window to be on the generous side, as the fabric is so light and airy.
We also make curtains in Orkney, Smooth and Smooth Bordered linen. Sold as single panels.
We always recommend ring clips, not only to be able to draw the curtains easily, but you can adjust the length by folding the top over if necessary.
Material: 100% Linen. Sheer "Myriad"
60" wide x 84"
60" wide x 96"
Care: Machine wash with a small amount of gentle detergent, not Tide. Get the best results using a short, delicate wash and either laying them flat to dry, straightened lengthwise but lightly bundled across the width (lay them along a table), or simply hanging them again. They can be tumble dried, but that creates a lot of lint.
So pretty. Filtered, romantic light. Gorgeous fabric. Love.
I haven’t hung them yet, but they are just what I wanted. Lots of light but still enough privacy for the location. They are going to look fantastic! As always, great product, great service. I love Rough Linen! Margaret, Austin TX
I love these curtains. They add a soft, cozy look to my old, natural shiplap bedroom walls. Had a problem though. I didn’t open the box for 10 months (long and boring story). The curtains were slightly yellowed. Jennifer quickly answered my request for help. I used her recommended Oxyclean, only instead of overnight, I put each panel singly in a slightly warm wash with 2 full scoops dissolved Oxyclean, on “soak” setting. I set the washer to rinse twice on delicate. Then I dried each on low a few minutes to get rid of the piles of lint (which I often save for nesting birds). The now bright curtains dried beautifully and quickly with one horizontal fold hanging over the shower rod. Sorry for the length of this but sharing because I was successful and appreciative, as always, for Jennifer’s help
Received curtains just before Christmas (2021) and hung them up today (Sunday, March 20, 2021). Absolutely beautiful!
They look soooooooo good!