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Bring Finnish nature into your kitchen with this beautiful Metsikkö tea towel from Lapuan Kankurit. A beautiful scene, inspired by Finnish nature. Matti Pikkujämsä is the designer of this tea towel. Read more..
Bring Finnish nature into your kitchen with this beautiful Metsikkö tea towel from Lapuan Kankurit. A beautiful scene, inspired by Finnish nature. Matti Pikkujämsä is the designer of this tea towel.
The tea towel is woven, so it only has a small seam at the bottom and side. The sides have a real 'selvedge'. That means no hem, but the sides are already neatly finished smoothly during weaving. A very nice way of finishing. The tea towel has a loop in the middle of the upper narrow piece, where you can hang the tea towel. This tab also contains the washing instructions and the composition of the fabric. The tea towel has the same illustration on both sides, only the color scheme is just the opposite. On one side, the artwork is colored and surrounded with an off-white tone. The other side is the illustration in off-white tone and it is surrounded by the color.
Designer: Matti Pikkujämsä
Made in: Finland, in their own factory in Lapua.
Material: 60% European 'Masters of linen' linen and 40% organic cotton.
This tea towel is beautifully finished and made from an easy-care linen-cotton blend. Lapuan Kankurit is part of the Masters of Linnen organization, which guarantees that the flax they use is of the best European quality. The products are woven in their own weaving mill in Lapua, Finland, in the heart of the fields of South Ostrobothnia.
This product is made from linen and organic cotton. Flax is grown in Normandy, Europe and is traceable 100% European Masters of Linen linen yarn. All yarns are both spun and dyed in Europe according to REACH regulations and meet the ÖKO-TEX certificate requirements.
Lapuan Kankurit's strategy is that they take responsibility for the entire production, from yarn to the finished product. For this reason, most of their collection is made in their own weaving mill in Lapua, Finland. If production is not possible there, they move to their partially owned factory in Lithuania.
Wash the new fabric before use to improve absorption. Wash separately at 60 ° C on a gentle cycle in plenty of water. 40 ° C is also a suitable washing temperature. Avoid fabric softener and bleach. Not in the dryer. Shape and iron with a damp cloth. The color of natural linen becomes lighter with washing. Shrinkage approx. 5%.
The illustrator and designer of this plaid, Matti Pikkujämsä received the Finnish Illustration State Prize in 2015 and became Illustrator of the year in 2019. He graduated from Aalto University of Art and Design and draws inspiration from the specifics of Finnish life of everyday.
View the full collection of Kitchen textiles from Lapuan Kankurit.