Deadstock | Blue Grey Check Cotton Linen – Cut Pieces


A blend of pure Irish Linen and cotton. Exact percentages unknown

A tartan style check of blue, dark grey and tan. Fabric is a bit more grey/tan than showing in some photos. Close-up with seam gauge is a good colour match.

This fabric would be perfect for trousers.

There are two cut pieces (2m and 2.5m) and 2 rolls of 6m which you can select your desired length of (sold per half m).

If you wish to buy a  custom length, please select option 3 and add to basket. This is sold by the half metre (add 2 to your basket to get 1m) and I have various lengths to cut from. I will try my best to cut your order as one continuous length. If I CAN’T do this I will send you an email with your options.


Deadstock fabrics have been sourced directly from fabric mills who produce for designers & clothing brands worldwide. These fabrics are limited supply and once sold out it may not be possible to get more in.

I am able to source deadstock at a reduced rate which I can then pass on to you – so be quick and grab a bargain before they sell out!

Please note that some fabric may have writing on the selvedge. Some fabrics may have slight imperfections in them (such as larger than normal slubs), which will be why they have been sold as deadstock from the mill. The fabric will still be perfect for dressmaking.

Since this fabric is sold to me as a job lot I do not have exact details of each fabric. I have given estimate weights.

100% Irish Linen

150cm / 60in wide


pattern Suggestions

Lightweight Linen lends it’s hand to so many beautiful projects, but may I suggest a few for you:

Olya Shirt by Paper Theory Patterns

Kate Top by Tesutti Patterns

Kalle Shirt by Closet Case Patterns

Maya Top by Marilla Walker

And many MANY more


It is recommended to always pre-wash your fabric prior to starting your project. I would also recommend overlocking or zig-zagging the cut ends before your wash your fabric to help cut down on fraying in the machine.

Linen is best washed at 30 degrees.

Many recommend not to tumble dry Linen, but if you choose to, do it on a low heat and remove it while it is still slightly damp and iron straight away to minimise creasing. 

Lots of steam while ironing will also help remove creases.



Due to the nature of linen, there may be the occasional slub in the fabric. I will do my best to cut your length of fabric to avoid any major flaws, but smaller slubs are unavoidable.

**Every effort has been made to capture the true colour of this fabric but please bear in mind that colours can be altered by monitors. Please refer to all the product photos provided. I cannot guarantee an exact colour match.**

Additional information


1. Cut piece 2.5m £30, 2. Cut piece 2m £24, 3. Custom length by half metre – add as many as you need! £12/m