Popeline – elegance meets resilience
The confusion around Popeline, at least in German language, starts with the question about the right article. Is it male or female? The good news is: It doesn't matter at all in English! But what does matter is the quality of your Popeline material.
With us you can be sure that only what is written on it is inside - 100% organic cotton, which has been produced and processed from the field to the finished fabric according to the strict criteria of the Global Organic Textile Standard.
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Lebenskleidung Popeline – an overview
The canvas weave creates a fine fabric structure that makes Popeline indispensable wherever things need to be elegant and comfortable - in blouses, thinner jackets or fine transition coats, for example.
- The Popeline has a thick weft thread and a thin warp thread. The result is a fine ribbed structure that is characteristic of the fabric. While in the past it was often made of silk, today other materials have prevailed - including, of course, cotton.
- In the 19th century, Popeline was mainly used for clothes and upholstery. The fact that it strikes the perfect balance between a high-quality look and great durability makes it so versatile. Even today, its use knows no bounds - so you can sew it to blouses, dresses or jackets as well as home textiles.
- Popeline is a wonderful fabric for beginners. Due to its smooth surface and the fact that it doesn't need elastane, Popeline is easy to tame and delivers great results in no time at all, both inside and out.
- Crease-resistant and always in top form - that's Popeline. If it does show a few wrinkles, you can iron it. Otherwise, just wash it at low temperatures, pull it smooth and let it dry in the fresh air.