Natural and hearty: Main Line Flax by Camira

Camira Fabrics has re-launched the Main Line, which the company started offering when it opened in 1974.  Relaunched as the Main Line Flax, the fabric is a blend of wool and wild flax. Main Line Flax is produced at Camira’s own spinning plant as a 70/30 wool flax blend. The addition of flax makes the textile natural and hearty. Main Line Flax comes in 41 nature-inspired colors. The palette is organic and rich. Euston is a deep aubergine that is fruity; Stanmore is a bold turquoise that is bright and aquatic; and Finsbury is a woody chartreuse that is mossy and earthy. Neutrals offer rich texture and subtle variations as well.

The Main Line Flax is flame-retardant, so the textile requires no chemical treatment. 


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