A soft, single-cell fiber, which grows from the epidermis of the seeds of the cotton plant. The fibers are spun into yarns and used as such to make a soft, air-permeable textile.
Many of our cotton is organic. Organic cotton is often slightly more expensive than conventional cotton because no chemical pesticides are used. The yield per harvest is relatively lower.
A chic fabric made from flax, which is more difficult to produce than for example cotton. It is especially popular because of it's nice, breezy looks and strongness. Ideal as bedding or tablecloth or as a nice summer dress.