Ręcznik z gniecionego lnu NYYTTI 38x38 MorskiLapuan Kankurit
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Ręcznik z gniecionego lnu NYYTTI 38x38 Morski. Do zastosowania w kuchni i łazience. Let us introduce you to our new light weight travel companion, NYYTTI (bundle) towel. We compined the brilliant design by Elina Airikkala with our well-tried material compination of linen-tencel-cotton...
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Ręcznik z gniecionego lnu NYYTTI 38x38 Morski.
Let us introduce you to our new light weight travel companion, NYYTTI (bundle) towel. We compined the brilliant design by Elina Airikkala with our well-tried material compination of linen-tencel-cotton (best known from our TERVA series) and ended up with towels that cherish the sensitivity of your skin, settling down your shoulders like a haze.
Linen-tencel products are very absorbent and they dry quickly. They are also hygienic to use. Tencel is a European innovation made through environmentally friendly methods and using wood fibers.
NYYTTI towel is available in four sizes that and the bath towels 65 x 130cm and 95 x 180 cm have four ribbon hangers and come with a cloth bag for wrapping your towel while traveling.
Made out of Masters of Linen long staple linen yarn, grown and spun in Europe and out of tencel-cotton yarn according Öko-Tex standard. Yarns are dyed in Europe, mainly in Finland nearby the weaving mill. 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, in own weaving mill in Finland and in subsidiaries located nearby in Finland. Accessories come from Europe, mainly from Finland. Main part of production is made in Finland. Country of origin is Finland.
Washed 33% European Masters of linen- linen, 45% tencel and 22% cotton
Elina Airikkala is a Finnish textile designer and weaving artisan who holds a Master’s degree in Textile Art from the Art and Design University of Helsinki. Airikkala is fascinated by the structure and binding of the fabric, and she aims at creating textures with a warm, hug-like feeling. She has collaborated with both Finnish and international companies.Więcej