What is the difference between Evenweave and linen?
The main difference between evenweave linen and regular linen, is that the stitches per inch may not be the same count vertically and horizontally. Linen is a natural fiber fabric. ... Evenweave linens is woven in such a way that they have equal amount of stitches per inch.
Linen has a beautiful drape and open weave that is perfect for cross stitch and embroidery. Cashel linen is an elegant fabric with a slightly irregular structure.
Zwiegart (est 1877) has named each of their linen counts from Dublin (25 count) to Kingston (56 count).
* I prefer to not use the name Confederate Grey as I find the colour name to be outdated and offensive.