Linen is one of the most sustainable fabrics in the world. It is made from the flax plant, which requires less water, pesticides, and fertilizers than other crops. It is also biodegradable, durable, and breathable, making it ideal for all seasons.

At Laumė linen, we are committed to producing linen products that are not only beautiful and comfortable, but also ethical and eco-friendly.

We are a brand of European linen that offers high-quality linen clothes and accessories for children, women and men, as well as home linen. Our products are handmade in Lithuania by fai paid skilled seamstresses who use natural fabrics to create beautiful garments that are good for you and the planet.

Social commitment

At Laumė linen, we believe that sustainability is not only about the
environment, but also about the people. We care about the well-being and
dignity of our workers, our customers, and our communities. That’s why we
adhere to the following principles:

Fair wages and working conditions: We pay our seamstresses above the national average wages that reflect their skills and experience. We also provide them with a safe and comfortable working environment that respects their rights and needs.

Local sourcing and production: We source our fabrics from local suppliers who share our values of quality and sustainability. We also produce our products locally in Lithuania, which reduces our carbon footprint and supports our local economy.

Social responsibility: We donate a percentage of our profits to local charities that support causes such as education, health, and environmental protection.

Handmade in Lithuania

One of the distinctive features of our brand is that our products are handmade in Lithuania by talented seamstresses who have years of experience in crafting linen clothing. Our seamstresses are passionate about their work and take pride in their creations. They use traditional techniques and tools to sew each piece with care and attention to detail.

By choosing handmade products, you are supporting the artistry and craftsmanship of our seamstresses. You are also getting a unique product that has its own character and charm.

On demand production/ handmade to order

Another way we reduce our environmental impact is by producing our products on demand or made to order. This means that we only make what your order, instead of mass-producing items that may end up unsold or wasted. This
way, we avoid overproduction, overstocking, and overconsumption.

By producing on demand or order to made, we also ensure that you get a product that fits your preferences and needs. You can customize your order by choosing your size, colour, style, and design. You can also contact us if you have any special requests or questions. We will do our best to accommodate your wishes and deliver your product as soon as possible.

Natural fiber and biodegradable fabric

Linen is one of the most natural fabrics in the world. It is made from the fibers of the flax plant, which is one of the oldest cultivated plants in human history. Linen has many benefits for both you and the environment:

Linen is biodegradable: Unlike synthetic fabrics such as polyester or nylon, which can take hundreds of years to decompose, linen can break down naturally in a matter of months. This means that it does not contribute to landfill waste or microplastic pollution.

Linen is durable: Linen is one of the strongest natural fibers in the world. It can withstand high temperatures, abrasion, washing, and wear and tear. It also becomes softer and more pliable with each wash. Linen can last for decades if properly cared for.

Linen is breathable: Linen has a high moisture absorption capacity, which means that it can keep you cool and dry in hot weather. It also has a natural ability to regulate temperature, which means that it can keep you warm in cold weather. Linen is also hypoallergenic and antibacterial, which means that it is gentle on your skin and health.


At Laumė linen, we strive to achieve zero-waste in our production process. We do not throw away any fabric scraps that are left over from cutting and sewing. Instead, we use them to make smaller objects such as accessories, home decor, or toys. For example, we make scrunchies, headbands, masks, pouches, coasters, napkins or Christmus decorations from our fabric scraps.

By using our fabric scraps, we reduce our waste and maximize our resources. We also create more value and variety for our customers. You can find our zero-waste products on our website.

Cruelty free

Another aspect of our sustainability is that we are cruelty free. This means that we do not use any animal products production. We do not use any leather, wool, silk, fur, feathers, or down. We also do not use any animal-derived dyes, glues, or chemicals.

We choose to be cruelty free because we respect and care for all living beings. We believe that animals are not ours to exploit or harm. We also
believe that animal products are not necessary or beneficial for fashion. There are many plant-based alternatives that are more sustainable and ethical.

Sustainable recyclable packaging

The last step of our sustainability journey is our packaging. We use sustainable recyclable packaging for our products. Our packaging materials are made from recycled or renewable sources such as paper, cardboard, linen or cotton. They are also biodegradable or compostable, which means that they can be returned to nature without harming the environment.

We also minimize the amount of packaging we use for each product. We only use what is necessary to protect and present the product. We do not use any plastic bags, wraps. We also encourage our customers to reuse or recycle
our packaging materials.