The Saint Armand Canal papers are made from fibers left from clothing industry offcuts, white tee-shirts, blue denim and flax straw from farmers.
The sheets are 21½” x 30” and the direction of the grain is the 30” length.
These papers are made using the colour of the rags. They do not bleach or cook the fibers, but just mix the rags pallets: a good ecological choice. Colours vary from batch to batch. When looking at some of these papers, a depth of colour is created by the mixed strands of cotton fiber.