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  • If you pass by Kandıra on a beautiful spring day, the deep blue flax fields around İzmit-Kandıra highway will attract your attention. The flax plants on these fields are the raw materials for the famous Kandıra sheets. The story of Kandıra sheets, which hold rightful fame for their warmth in winter and coolness in summer as well as their durability, starts upon cultivation of flax seeds. Flax is a crop grown either in autumn or in spring for its seeds and fiber. Used in weaving Kand›ra sheets, seeds of flax are also used to produce linseed oil. In order to tighten the fabric on the weaving loom, tiring efforts are necessary. After these efforts, the washed fabric becomes ready for use. Flax weaving in Kand›ra can be divided into two categories in accordance with thick or thin threads used in weaving. Thin threads can be woven into products like bags and linens. Thin sheet weaving products, on the other hand, have many different types like yalıngat, çezme, üskülü idare or kirli dudu in accordance with the thread used and embroidery on them. These sheets can also be used in any area from napkins to shrouds. Also products like shirts, underwear, cardigans, wedding dresses, baggy trousers, bed linens, pillow sheets, sofa covers, table cloths, curtains and mats are produced.

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