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Types of Clothes Worn by the Old Romans

The Romans were known to use some type of primary school workshops fiber making their clothes. The various fiber products consisting of woollen, bed linen, hemp, and a number of researches disclose that cotton is also utilized by Romans. 340 more words

And Several Researches Disclose That Cotton Is Likewise Made Use Of By Romans. Throughout This Time Around

JBU Masters Program Embossed Brochure

Graduate school enrollment peaked during the Great Recession. Students who couldn’t find well paying jobs opted to get more education and wait for a bull labor market. 177 more words


I Hate Sweats and I Know it: How to Get the Perfect Fabrics For Sweaty People.

OK, so the most thing that you complain about while staying in Malaysia probably is the f**king HOT weather.

Truly, the warm breezes and hellish temperatures for four seasons summer only mean one thing for those of us, including me, who with overactive sweat glands is the excessive perspiration and awkwardly positioned sweat marks on the clothes we wear. 590 more words


Friday Finds

How can white not be a color?

Punta Cana beach, photo by Christina of Brosnan Photographic:

Peonies by Rachel of The Crafted Life: 17 more words

Friday Finds

The importance of disposable linen in hospitals

The choice between using disposable rather than reusable linen could potentially be a major turning point in the cost and hygiene of hospitals.

Linens and textiles are absolutely everywhere in the medical/healthcare industry: … 210 more words


Slipcover Linen: A Pretty Alternative to Classic Grey

Today I added a gorgeous new color to my list of favorites from Insta Linen’s Brazil Linen collection. It’s color Blue 5.

This grayish-blue shade is a soft slate color that can easily be used as a versatile neutral. 86 more words

Armchair Slipcovers