From the Russian, krashenina, meaning ‘dyed coarse linen’– crash is a plain weave made in various weights and used primarily for book binding, also for flat towelling and roller or roman blinds.

Low cost, ready availability and bright colouring made linen crash popular for home made furnishings – for blinds, inexpensive curtaining for the less important rooms and day to day table covers.

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