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Bure & Linon
In 2003, after studying 3 years in textile creation (mostly weaving and knitting techniques) Marilyn Bernier and Roseline Vaillancourt along with two other partners established their own business. Bure & Linon started making decorative accessories for interior design, mostly woven, but also embroidered, and all 100% handmade. Their signature creations, made of pure linen and wool, are contemporary, fresh, minimalist, colourful, and original. Bure & Linon received financial support from the SODEC at different stages in the development of their enterprise.
Their creations are sold in boutiques all over the province of Quebec and were presented in many design and gift shows in Montreal, Toronto and Chicago. All their collection products are woven on a 16-shaft, 45-inch wide weaving loom. For some products, like their blankets and cushions, Bure & Linon merges their woven pieces to commercial fabric, allowing their creations to meet market prices. They also design and produce custom-made products for residential and institutional projects.
Since its foundation, Bure & Linon has undergone steady growth by diversifying its activities. After moving to their current location they started giving various textile workshops (felting, basket weaving, knitting, etc.) to share their passion for textile. They also offer a wide range of textile equipment and supplies such as fibre, yarns, weaving looms, spining wheels, carders and many other textile materials and accessories.
visit Bure & Linon in Montreal at 1129, rue Bélanger, Montréal or on-line at http://www.bure-linon.com/index.html
imagesprovided by Bure& Linon, or from their website and used with permission
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