Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion Volume 8: West Europe
...Since prehistory, linen, made from flax, has been one of the most widely used textile materials. Linen does not take easily to natural dyes, so before the advent of synthetic colorants it was rarely dyed. Linen is particularly suitable...
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