Linen fabric makes linen paper. .
Linen paper is a great alternative to regular paper made from trees and is a great example fo tree-free paper. The resultant paper is smoother than cotton…
The process for linen paper begins in the following manner. Linen shirts and clothing made in factories result in bits of waste that usually end in landfills. Most linen fabrics from textile factories have a blend of cotton that further strengthens the paper, these bits are brought into Bluecatpaper factory, sorted according to colour and chopped.
When we have orders for linen paper, we beat the sorted `chindi`(cloth bits) and turn this into paper. The process involves hand lifting these sheets and cumbersome process of drying. The dried paper is then calendared to smoothen it.
This paper is gorgeous strong, sustainable paper. Linen paper is strong smooth resilient paper.
It has no added chemicals and is internally sized.
Therefore the paper is print-friendly and can be used in inkjet printers, screen printing and offset printing
Linen paper can be used for art books, wrapping gifts, wedding cards, envelopes, stationery sets, letterheads and visiting cards.
The paper is sure to draw attention for its beauty and 100% sustainability.