Ręcznik lniany kąpielowy AALLOKKO 95x180 Lniano-Czarny

Lapuan Kankurit

470,00 zł brutto

LK-5333

Lapuan Kankurit AALLOKKO collection is designed by Reeta Ek. The series includes a linen towel, a hand towel, a bag, as well as a sauna seat cover and pillow. The products include the Clean Baltic Sea – Woven in Finland logo, and Lapuan Kankurit donates a fixed sum to John Nurminen Foundation's Clean Baltic Sea projects for each delivered product.

Wysokość.H 180
Głęb.Szer.W 95
Motyw Obiekty, Figury, Cyfry, Litery
Materiał Gotowany len
Kolor Czarny

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Lapuan Kankurit is helping the Baltic Sea.

 

Lapuan Kankurit has begun a cooperation with the John Nurminen Foundation. The Foundation's Clean Baltic Sea projects advance the protection of the joint, unique marine environment, so a cooperation is a natural part of the activities of a responsible, design weaving mill using natural materials.

 

Lapuan Kankurit AALLOKKO collection is designed by Reeta Ek. The series includes a linen towel, a hand towel, a bag, as well as a sauna seat cover and pillow. The products include the Clean Baltic Sea – Woven in Finland logo, and Lapuan Kankurit donates a fixed sum to John Nurminen Foundation's Clean Baltic Sea projects for each delivered product. The donated amounts are marked in the Lapuan Kankurit online shop, and on the product cards in the shops.

 

We are donating for John Nurminen foundation 2,50€ for every hand towel sold and 10€ for every bath towel sold.

 

Linen is natural material that feels nice against the skin. Linen is very absorbent and fast drying. This is why it is an excellent material for towels. 100% washed linen has been wash treated in our production for the best absorbent and drying qualities.

 

Large towel 95x180 cm is the perfect companion for beach, it dryes fast between the dips in the water and it’s big enough to use as a beach blanket. AALLONMURTAJA hand towel 48x70 cm, that is also suitable as a tea towel.

This product is made out of 100% linen. Ecological flax is grown in Normandy, Europa and it is traceable 100% european Masters of Linen long staple linen yarn. All yarns are spun as well as dyed in Europe according to REACH regulations and fulfil the ÖKO-TEX certificate requirements.


Our strategy is to be responsible for the whole production from yarn to readymade products. Main part of our whole production is made in our own weaving mill in Lapua.


Product development, material purchases, programming of looms and design as well as warping, weaving, finishing and fabric inspection is done in Lapua in our own weaving mill. Sewing is mainly done in our own subsidiary sewing company in Lithuania or our own weaving mill in Lapua. Accessories come from Europe, mainly from Finland. Country of origin is Finland.

Together we can all make a difference!

Made out of 100% Masters of Linen long staple linen yarn, grown and spun in Europe according Öko-Tex standard. Yarns are dyed in Europe, mainly in Finland. Product development and design, material purchasing, bindings of the fabric and programming of the jacquard machine is done in own weaving mill in Finland. Warping, preparing, weaving, finishing, drying and fabric inspection is done in own weaving mill in Finland. Sewing in own daughter sewing company in Lithuania or in subsidiaries located nearby the weaving mill in Finland. Accessories come from Europe, mainly from Finland. Main part of production is made in Finland. Country of origin is Finland.

Wash separately at 60°C in plenty of water. 40°C is also an adequate wash temperature. We recommend a small amount of neutral washing powder. Avoid softener and bleach. Do not tumble dry. Normal spin cycle. Linen fibres may come off the product during the wash. Check the lint filter before and after washing.Iron the textil with linen settings. The colour of natural linen becomes lighter with washing.

Reeta Ek

Reeta Ek is MA student of Textile Art and Design in the Aalto University on Arts, Design and Architecture. She has also studied Fine Arts, and already in her paintings she became interested in repeats, patterns and building a surface. She sketches by hand; plenty of drawings inspired by the subconscious – surfaces, rhythms, lines. The ESKIMO pattern was created when she played with wooden Eskimo ice cream sticks. The best ideas come from everyday life, things that were not originally intended as art.

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