Linen Double Hemstitch Tablecloth
As luxuriously soft as the vintage linens that inspired them, our classic linen tablecloths have a wonderful heirloom feel. They're edged with double rows of hemstitching, a traditional needlework technique that creates a delicate openwork border. Like all fine linen textiles, these pieces mellow beautifully over the years, becoming softer every time they’re washed.
- Woven of 100% linen.
- Finished with full hems.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 70" x 90".
- 70" x 108".
- 70" x 126".
- Made in India.
- Use & Care
- Smooth with a warm iron, if needed.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by DebbsSeattle from Linen addict approves Purchased pumpkin in 70 x 108 Thanksgiving 2016. Washed before use, tumble dried low to about 80% dry, pressed with steam and spray starch. I would never NOT press any cloth. Pressed well, looked great, will acquire more as needed. Fabric is nice and weighty with nice drape. Hemstitching straight, mitered corners well done. Square corners...not all wonky.Date published: 2016-11-27Rated 1 out of 5 by RZH1324 from Very poor quality The "white" is not even close to white, the texture is like burlap, and it is see-through. I can't believe Williams Sonoma no longer carries an elegant linen tablecloth--this is not a tablecloth that can be used for a formal table setting. I compared the tablecloth to my old WS hemstitch napkins and they are completely different quality and colors.Date published: 2016-10-27Rated 2 out of 5 by J9LuLu from Not 126" Tablecloth The one I ordered was only 123" although the package said 126". Those 3" mattered!Date published: 2015-12-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Regina28 from Beautiful Quality I purchased two of these tablecloths (black and wine). The quality is beautiful. It's a casual yet elegant lightweight linen. The double hemstitch is a really nice detail. I'm sure it could be dry cleaned, however, I machine washed and dried on low. A light ironing with steam easily brought it back to a freshly pressed tablecloth.Date published: 2015-03-11Rated 5 out of 5 by Suha from Great tablecloth I ordered this in dark green (I think its called Pine) for Christmas holiday entertaining and it was so pretty. Great quality and it washes well.Date published: 2014-12-30Rated 1 out of 5 by fromengland from Not what I expected I purchased this tablecloth over the web. I was very disappointed with the quality. The fabric was so thin you could actually see the table underneath. I didn't even bother to washing it as I didn't know how awful it would look afterwards. Two years ago I purchased the runner and 8 napkins in exactly the same style and they were of very good quality and made in Russia. What a difference there was. I am sure that there is no quality control here. Very disappointed with Williams-SonomaDate published: 2014-12-08