Studio Collection by de Le Cuona Celebrates Fine Linen
Drawing inspiration from ballet (and other art forms), the Studio collection by fabric atelier de Le Cuona celebrates fine linen in founder Bernie de Le Cuona’s signature soft-neutral palette. Unexpected weaving techniques are a hallmark of the seven textiles. To make the uniquely textured Montage, strips of linen were attached to paper, embroidered, then washed (to dissolve the paper). A collage of different block weaving techniques gives Hawker linen a patchwork effect. Ballet is a blend of silk and superfine wool with a drape ideal for lightweight curtains. The twisted linen yarns of Atelier, a reversible sheer, are woven on a leno loom that produces an open grid structure. Attenborough, named for Sir David, is a mélange wool on a linen base whose gnarled texture resembles rough ground. Finally, Muse is a meshlike sheer linen while Haiku, in the same fiber, features a lightly contrasting warp and weft.
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