Ember Linen and Lambswool Scarf

  • Like a mesmerizing glow, the flicker of a flame shimmering across the coals of an autumn fire, brown, beige and hints of flame orange make up this cosy Lambswool and Linen scarf. The threads of orange linen yarn running through it move in subtle waves, bound inside two layers of soft mulesing free wool sourced with the highest ethical standards. 

    - Made in Finland from Cruelty-free Lambswool + Linen
    - Available in Cloud & Ember
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    Dimensions: approx 65cm x 205cm
    Care: Hand wash - 30°C or dry clean (see about tab)
    - Do not tumble dry - avoid softener and bleach.

    Everyday beauty, responsible production and the traceability of materials from Finland. 'Be inspired to pamper your soul, have a cosy home and enjoy sustainable design, making the world a little bit better, every day.'

  • Made from 100% high quality, fine South American wool fibre, spun in Europe according to Öko-Tex standard and Masters of Linen long-staple linen yarn, grown and spun in Europe. Mulesing free yarn. Yarns are dyed in Europe.

    CARE: If using powder detergent, dissolve it in plenty of water. Immerse the blanket in the water and wash immediately. Squeeze gently. Do not scrub, stretch or wring out. Rinse thoroughly and squeeze out most of the water. Press the blanket between towels until half-dry and leave it to dry in an airy space. Do not tumble dry. Iron with a damp cloth, max. 150°C.

    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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