Light as a cloud with flecks of stormy grey. Delicate white speckled natural linen scarf with soft raw edges, the perfect extra layer for cooler days. Tactile, neutral and beautiful, it goes with everything.
- 100% Ecological linen
- Spun and dyed in Europe
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- Dimensions: approx 35cm x 200cm
- Care: 30°C - 60°C Avoid softener and bleach.
- Do not tumble dry.
Everyday beauty, responsible production and the traceability of materials from Finland.
Jaana and Esko Hjelt - Fourth generation weavers, value sustainable development and pure natural materials. Their philosophy also includes responsible and environmentally friendly processes, continuous research and development, not to mention - fantastic designers.
The roots of this family business stretch back to the opening of the family's first textile factory in 1917. They know each and every one of their employees personally. Surrounded by an extensive network of passionate professionals: yarn dyers, designers, machinists... the very best in their industry.
High-quality textiles that will make you happy for decades, which means you can also leave a lasting inheritance for future generations. Weaving a tale of genuine values, sustainable consumption and respect for nature.
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