- To avoid colour variations, always wash all items in the same set at the same time.

- To prevent stains from setting, wash clothes very quickly after use.

- Sort items according to colour and composition. Do not mix pure linen items with polyester items. Polyester forms lint that clings to natural fibres and affects the softness and suppleness of textiles.

Washing the linen

Linen can be washed without any problem. The more it is washed, the softer it will become.

A linen garment can be machine washed as long as the temperature does not exceed 40°, with a minimum spin cycle or without spin cycle.

Pieces with handmade embroidery should be washed in a delicate cycle or by hand. When washing, place the garment in the wash bag or inside out to prevent the threads from catching. Do not wash at temperatures above 40°C.

Drying the linen

Preferably in the open air. Preferably in the shade of an apple tree ;)

Don't spin them too much, just drain them a little for a perfect finish (400 turns recommended). 

Line drying will ensure less creasing and a more natural look.

Linen dries quickly. It will look beautiful and naturally creased if you take it out as soon as the wash cycle is finished.


Tumble drying

To avoid creasing and wrinkles, don't overfill the tumble dryer, use a low temperature and set it to use the cool-down cycle at the end.

A tip: add a tennis ball to the drum, which will help prevent the fabric from breaking.

For hand-embroidered creations, the tumble dryer is permitted, but in a fragile cycle at low temperature, it is necessary to use the cooling cycle at the end.

Ironing the linen

- To make ironing easier, use a warm iron and iron the linen slightly damp, either after drying or by spraying lightly.

- Never iron linen dry

- Iron linen inside out to avoid creases.

However, we advise you not to iron our creations, as the natural look is a part of our design.