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1790 Margaretha Zetterberg

1790 Margaretha Zetterberg

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This pattern, was recreated from 18th century French sample book for printed textiles.  And It could be a nice petticoat.

Margaretha (Greta) Zetterberg, born 1733, was a Finnish weaver and textile craftsman. She is considered a pioneer in linen preparation in Finland. She was the first woman in Finland to receive a paid study trip funded by the authorities: she was sent to Stockholm to study the textile industry, and then took the knowledge of the latest form of linen preparation with her to her hometown of Borgå, where she worked.

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Sustainable Development

The importance of global sustainability awakens with Agenda 2030 goals in mind. 
We use only high quality cotton or silk from authorised producers and we produce only by demand. There is no overstocks of any fabrics with negative environmental impact. For our customers, purchase with clear conscience from us.



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Dimensions

The Fabrics are sold per meter or multiple of meter.
1 meter - 1,09 YRDs

Please see the fabric types on main menu for full Fabric info.
The width of the fabrics:

  • Cotton Satin :156 cm
  • Cotton Voile 140 cm
  • Cotton Cretonne: 147 cm
  • Cotton Poplin: 140 cm
  • Cotton Linen 137cm
  • Cotton Panama 147 cm
  • Cotton Gabardine 147 cm 
  • Cotton Mul Mul 125 cm 
  • Silk Chiffon 140 cm
  • Silk Dupion 140 cm
  • Silk Satin 140 cm

Care Instructions

We recommend gentle machine wash at 30 - 40 degrees along with mild environmental friendly detergent with out bleach.

Grandma's Laundry Tricks:
  • Do not Brush, Rub or Scrub the printed fabrics too hard to avoid damage to print quality.
  • Wash with similar colours to avoid staining or tint.
  • Please do not overuse the centrifuge, it only wrinkles the fabric.
  • Please do not overuse the dryer or use extrem heat, this only tears the fibres apart.
  • A dehumidifier is a great invention to dry the fabrics and clothes.
  • Dry the fabrics outdoors, if possible, but not under direct sunlight.
  • Environmentally awareness and the durability of clothing go hand in hand.
  • Do You really need to use the fabric softener or is white vinegar good enough?


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