Sac à pain - Linen Bread Bag - Maison LenKo
Sac à pain - Linen Bread Bag - Maison LenKo
Sac à pain - Linen Bread Bag - Maison LenKo
Sac à pain - Linen Bread Bag - Maison LenKo
Sac à pain - Linen Bread Bag - Maison LenKo
Sac à pain - Linen Bread Bag - Maison LenKo
$35.00

Bread bag

Our linen bread bags are back! And here to stay !

One of our first products, the linen bread bag holds a special place in my kitchen, simply because it is so versatile!

Here are only a few ways I use my linen bread bag :

- For freezing extra loaves, other bakery items, or just yesterday I made an extra meat pie, placed it in a linen bread bag, then straight to the freezer!
- As a bulk bag
- As a storage bag for washed lettuce or other leafy greens: linen absorbs moisture, and recirculates it, leaving your greens nice and crisp! (make sure you place your bag in the veggie crisper in your fridge)
- Bowl or plate cover (pie, quiche, etc.)


Material

  • 100% linen - Linen is a textile made from the fibres of the flax plant. Its culture and transformation processes are environmentally friendly and produce no waste since all parts of the plant are used.
  • Designed and handmade in Quebec

Free shipping on orders over $100, anywhere in Canada.

Orders are fulfilled and shipped from our studio in La Présentation, QC, Canada, from Monday to Friday. Items usually arrive within 4 to 10 days.

Production times for made to measure items or items that are not in stock are 2 to 3 weeks.

We want you to be 100% satisfied with your order. You may return an item within 30 days of purchase. See our shipping and return policies for details.

Textiles used to be a highly valuable commodity. Fabric was cherished, repaired and passed down to future generations. Not only is it economically beneficial, but so much better for the environment. Linen is very durable and will last forever if you simply care for it as our ancestors used to care for their items... with the added benefit that most of us have access to washing machines!

General washing instructions:

- Wash only if necessary... hang your linen between uses and use a home-made fabric freshener (check out my secret recipe!) once in a while, if needed. You will notice that linen doesn't absorb odors, being natural antibacterial, so you can easily skip on the laundry! Life just got so much simpler, didn't it!

- Unfold all items completely before placing them in the washing machine (hello stubborn creases and folds if you don't!)

- Wash in cold or warm water

- Hang to dry: its better for the environment and for your linen! If you must use the dryer, use the warm setting and take out your linen items before they are completely dry to avoid excessive wrinkles.

- Steam iron if necessary (I VERY rarely iron my linen...)

Have questions or need help figuring out which size to choose? Dop us a line or two and we’ll be happy to help!

SHIPPING & RETURNS

Free shipping on orders over $100, anywhere in Canada.

Orders are fulfilled and shipped from our studio in La Présentation, QC, Canada, from Monday to Friday. Items usually arrive within 4 to 10 days.

Production times for made to measure items or items that are not in stock are 2 to 3 weeks.

We want you to be 100% satisfied with your order. You may return an item within 30 days of purchase. See our shipping and return policies for details.

LINEN CARE

Textiles used to be a highly valuable commodity. Fabric was cherished, repaired and passed down to future generations. Not only is it economically beneficial, but so much better for the environment. Linen is very durable and will last forever if you simply care for it as our ancestors used to care for their items... with the added benefit that most of us have access to washing machines!

General washing instructions:

- Wash only if necessary... hang your linen between uses and use a home-made fabric freshener (check out my secret recipe!) once in a while, if needed. You will notice that linen doesn't absorb odors, being natural antibacterial, so you can easily skip on the laundry! Life just got so much simpler, didn't it!

- Unfold all items completely before placing them in the washing machine (hello stubborn creases and folds if you don't!)

- Wash in cold or warm water

- Hang to dry: its better for the environment and for your linen! If you must use the dryer, use the warm setting and take out your linen items before they are completely dry to avoid excessive wrinkles.

- Steam iron if necessary (I VERY rarely iron my linen...)

NEED HELP ?

Have questions or need help figuring out which size to choose? Dop us a line or two and we’ll be happy to help!