The world gingham entered the English language in the seventeenth century; originally, it was a striped fabric imported from Asia, possibly from Malaysia. However, this iconic checked pattern was soon adopted by European countries, becoming the checked pattern we know today. Typically it was woven cotton of checked pattern complete in a white and contrasting color.
Nowadays, you can find gingham in various colors, but it remains geometrical and mathematically predictable; it has the same look from every side.
We decided to incorporate gingham into our collection by choosing three patterns; mid yellow gingham, mid-blue gingham, and mid-sand gingham. The fabric is of the same medium weight as our regular linen, and all items can be made of it.