The Cloverleaf fabric design dates back to the 1700′s and has been adapted from an old pattern book of hand woven designs brought by European immigrants to the States. As the name suggests, the intricate design resembles that of a four leaf clover. Maybe it brings with it the luck of the Irish?
Linen comes from the flax plant, which grows in the cooler climates of Western and Northern Europe. For centuries it has been the favoured yarn for table linens because of its longevity, crisp texture, beautiful drape and natural sheen.