Kapowsin was named after Kapowsin Lake, in Washington State, which was created during a "geologic event" (called the Electron Flow) on Mt. Rainier about the time Columbus was discovering America – the snow pack, rock, and dirt came crashing down the northwest corner of the mountain, filling valley areas and blocking creeks and rivers. Kapowsin, the fabric, is an extraordinarily soft yet strong and supple upholstery fabric. The fabric was produced by a Master of Linen. Its abrasion rating is 22,000 Martindale, making it suitable for upholstery in most residential situations.
- Content: 100% Linen.
- Rub Count: 22,000 Martindale1.