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"...Rough Linen is sewing masks out of its linen sheeting designed to specifications provided by Kaiser Permanente. The company is also offering complimentary linen to the hospital’s own team of volunteer sewers."
"Rough Linen, a San Rafael textile company, has pivoted production to churn out safety masks for health care workers combating the spread of the coronavirus. “During this hard time, medical staff is doing heroic work for all of us, so we saw an opportunity to step in and help in the way that we know best,” Daiva Finell said. “Sewing is what we do, and plain, close-woven high-quality linen is an excellent fabric for masks.”"
"On a less industrial scale, Rough Linen of San Rafael is sending about 200 linen face masks a week to Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center and to local firefighters and law enforcement officers. The company typically makes bedding and tableware. But CEO Daiva Finell says, "We are going to be making [face masks] until there is no need.""
""This is a wonderful use for our linen," says Tricia Rose, founder of Rough Linen. "We always try to minimize waste and this is the best possible way for us to give back to the community when it needs us most.""
"Companies across the country have voluntarily converted their factories to produce masks. That includes Rough Linen, a California-based home brand that's now churning hundreds of masks a week for the staff of Kaiser Permanente. The company says it collaborated with the hospital system to work out the safety specifications for the masks to make them as effective as possible."
Loose and easy pinafore: Rough Linen Pinafore
"Comfortable and drapey"
"This loose-fitting pinafore is absurdly comfy, and the thick linen keeps you protected yet cool."
"Now that fall is *officially* upon us, we can start to expect chillier mornings and crisper nights. Rough Linen’s luxe line of bath robes are ideal for quickly wrapping up after a hot shower, and available in classic color ways like navy blue, oatmeal, and fresh white. With each wear, the linen starts to soften — I’m obsessed."
"Linen is sustainable, boasts anti-microbial benefits, and is extra breathable to help newborns sleep soundly through the night. Rough Linen's new baby collection features a gorgeous blanket in four classic hues (blush, shown; navy; fawn, or beige; and dove, or gray) with a 100 percent cotton batting inside. The super-soft fabric also makes a perfect pad for tummy time and is machine washable."
"Right now my favorite linen product is the Raw Edge Linen Table Runner from Rough Linen. The woman-owned company makes fresh, soft linens from bedding to napkins, but this table runner is my $50 quick dining room fix. I use the runner as a tablescape base when I have friends over for dinner, adorned with a mix of farmers’ market flowers and some cheap Ikea candles. The fabric is heavy and strong with a “rough” texture. "
"Linen lovers rave about Rough Linen. We found these sheets to be a little grainier than Cultiver’s, but they’re beautifully constructed and you can buy individual pieces."
"If you're just beginning to experiment with linen bedding, Rough Linen is a great option, since you can buy individual pieces. Start with the flat sheet, but be warned: If the hundreds of positive reviews are any indication, chances are you'll be springing for the rest of the set before you know it."
"When you put on this apron, you immediately become a rustic-chic food blogger who grows her own herbs and bakes sourdough from scratch. Crazy, but entirely true."
"If I have been traveling, no matter how exciting or interesting my journey has been, when I get back to my own, clean, white linen bed, with my doors wide open to the water and the sky, I feel I can breathe and I sleep like a baby. The cool, clean touch of linen helps me sleep—I can’t stand anything clingy or clammy, and linen somehow manages to be both soft and crisp."
A crisp linen robe for warm temperatures: Rough Linen’s St. Barts Robe
"A polished summer robe"
"With a rustic look and the coarser fabric of linen, this unisex robe was the lightest and softest linen we tried. The fabric breathes more than the other lightweight robes we tested, so it’s ideal when the temperature is hot."
"I actively tried not to succumb to Rough Linen’s rabid and growing fanbase, but I couldn’t help it - its linen sheets are what dreams are made of They’re airy, tough and textured."
"To sink into a perfectly rumpled linen-topped bed is beyond dreamy. Much more than a duvet cover, this timeless topper envelopes your bed in tone and texture, not to mention temperature control—linen is warm in the winter and cool in the summer."
"Rough Linen pretty much rules the roost when it comes to the perfectly-imperfect look, so of course they’re an essential source for this trend."
"The finishing is [unparalleled], with exquisite detailing, thoughtful touches, and conscious resourcing. By far, these are my favorite linens on the market today."
"All Rough Linen products are hand-sewn, water finished linen from European flax, and they truly supercede every other linen sheet on the market."
"The glory of the Summer Cover is that it has genuine heft, but at the same time keeps you cool (the miracle of linen: in winter, the same fabric keeps you warm)."
"It’s a well-known fact on the Remodelista editorial team: Tricia Rose of Rough Linen is our authority on relaxed-but-refined style."
"A favorite of Maxwell’s, Rough Linen sheets are appropriately named—they are indeed a bit rougher than other linens (but get softer over time) and are probably best suited to longtime linen users. This bedding has a real homespun quality to it—it was actually inspired by the linen discovered in the founder’s grandmother’s Scottish cottage."
"Rough Linen Sheets cost $140, and though the products are plain and simple, Rose is meticulous about details. The material is woven on old style looms "so the selvedges are made properly" she said."