Respighi Muslin

Dyed in limited edition
Reproducible on demand

31,00 m

Made in Italy

Navetta tissue:
100% Ra-Hemp
Weight: 60 gr/m²
Height: 140 cm (+-5%)

minimum 1 meter

Out of stock

The Respighi Muslin is realized in 100% Nettle, together with the Corelli Canvas they belong to the continuous production of Ra-Ortica weave fabrics, fibers born from an Asian Nettle named Ramiè.

Both the fabrics have a shiny and precious look but they have two different weights, they are light and resistant, but Respighi, with 60 gr/m2 only is the lightest and therefore it’s the most breathable and veiled.

Our Nettle fabrics are perfect to create light weighted clothing, elegant and silky, this is also working for accessories both for fashion or at home.

The breathable feature is perfect for the Repsighi Muslin to allow you to realize clothing for both spring and summer, stoles, foulards, women’s dresses, and ceremony dresses for the most special occasions.

The nettle fabrics are antistatic, they perfectly absorb humidity, the dry quickly and they also have antibacterial features. This is the reason why they are perfect to realize clothing, but they are also suitable for creating garments at home such as curtains for example.

Its texture is capable of giving a unique and special touch to all environments.

It’s also used in the kitchen as a sieve: for the production of vegetal beverages, and for refining jams or as a filter to use after boiling anything.

It’s also very useful to create small pouches or sweet boxes.

Dyeing and finishing of the fabrics

Maeko offers the possibility of dyeing fabrics and samples. The first bath allows to dye up to 10-34 mts of a fabric.

Each dyeing process can be done on customer’s demand following R.E.A.C.H and G.O.T.S specifications.

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Color tune and precautions

The color tune of the natural fabrics may vary depending on the lot.
The quality of the device used to make a preview of each fabric may alterate each article.
We highly recommend to pre-wash your fabrics before cutting and tailoring them to avoid the shrinkage once the item has been already created.

Washing tips

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