White 100% linen standard hemstitched monogram corner embroidered pillowcase

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A handmade deliciously luxurious 100% pure linen pillow sham with a custom
monogram, machine embroidered positioned in the top corner using fine Egyptian
cotton thread. It would make a perfect heirloom wedding or anniversary present.

Whilst living in France, I discovered the only bed linen for a sumptuous
night's sleep was 100% linen. It keeps you warm in the winter, cool in the
summer and allows the body to breathe. Once you have tried it you will never go
back to cotton!

Pillow Case Standard Size: 20 x 26 inches (50 x 65 cm)

Monogram Styles available:
1. Amor Halves (2 Letters)
2. French (up to 3 Letters)
3. Entwined (1 Letter)
4. Scrolling (up to 3 Letters)
5. Curly (up to 3 Letters)

STANDARD- has an envelope opening to one side.
FLANGE- has an edging extending beyond the seam and a center envelope opening
at the back.
HEMSTITCH FLANGE - same as the flange but finished with a decorative

Sizes available:-

Prefer a monogram in the centre?

Taking Care:
In the past it was normal practice for housewives to regularly boil their
linen bedding! Fortunately we now use machines and a hot wash helps to kill
germs, remove dirt from between threads and thorougly cleans the fabric. Linen
becomes softer after multiple washes and can withstand many washing cycles as
linen fibres are stronger than other commonly used fibres, such as cotton.

Tumble drying is damaging for all natural fibres, including linen. So, where
possible dry on a clothes line with the added bonus of the sun making white
linens whiter. In our busy modern lives however, line drying is not always
possible and we have to resort to using the dryer, so take precautions by using
a low heat or delicate setting. Linen bedding should not be over dried and
should be removed from the dryer when still damp if pressing is required.

Linen is a beautiful natural fabric but with natural fibres comes creases.
Ironing is recommended when the fabric is still damp. Use a hot iron or "linen"
setting when pressing.

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