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Our Story


Family Trade

Epic Linen is a family run business by Ieva and Mindaugas. Our story began in the middle of the last century were our grandparents Janina and Petras were a great tailors working with linen textiles. Now we are the fourth generation linen textile industry experts and our shared passion for craft and design is rooted in our family history and we hope this trade will stay in the family. Our great passion for designed textiles from natural materials is created in a simple yet very functional way. Organic linen clothes and home decor collections where traditional look meets combined modern touches are as important as our aesthetic values and beliefs.

Lithuania has long-lasting traditions in producing high quality linen fabrics. We carefully select fabrics from our local oldest manufacturers where Oeko - tex certified linens are produced.

Today we have a design house with sewing studio. Here we manufacture all our linen goods which is cut and sewing by hand due to most important rule our grandparents taught us: none of the machines will change the human-master who adds to linen garment his heart and warmth. 

Consequently grandparents believed such linen item made with love, warmth and great attention passed on to customer would make him feel happier and the garment would stand the test of time due to that endless effort and love put into the work they did. We strongly believe in this as well and truly continue their mission.


Epic Linen -  not just a business! 
Epic Linen - The Spirit Of Life!

Traditions Reinvented

In ancient times people lived closer to nature. Lithuanians saw world around them filled with gods, spirits and mystical creatures. They took nature gifts with respect and gratitude, and even daily house tasks had rituals.

Each family made bedding and clothing on their own. Family worked the fields, planted flax and harvested it - it was a tedious process requiring a lot a manual labour. Evenings were spent in the candle light, spinning linen threads, singing and sharing stories.

A lot of effort was put in weaving linen fabric and sewing clothing from it. Locals believed that energy, positive emotions and dreams people put in and experience during the process will be passed to those who wear it.