Klässbols - Tea towel Marie - Soft yellow / white - 50 x 70 cm
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Klässbols continues to make products designed by Danish Hanne Vedel.
Anne, Marie and Line as they are called are available as table runners, tea towels and napkins. The names come from Hanne's grandchildren, three inspiring children.
The linen products have Hanne's signature style that is simple and timeless and fits well in our range. The patterns can also be combined with the napkin, tablet, towel and table runner. The fabric is 100% woven linen.
Hanne Vedel / Spindegarden is known worldwide for its high-quality fabrics in timeless design for, among other things, the UN headquarters in New York, the Folketing in Denmark, hundreds of churches and countless homes and businesses. In this collection she emphasizes the understated and simple in the form of clean straight lines and checkerboard patterns.
The colors come from the new Klässbol color world. The table runners have a sand chain and the towels and napkins have a white warp.
Combine Marie's linen towels with another Henne Vedel linen from Klässbols for a maximum experience.
Dimensions: 50 cm wide and 70 cm long
All stated sizes refer to unwashed fabrics. Expect approximately 5-7% shrinkage in both length and width associated with the first wash.
Follow the washing instructions.
About Klassbols Linnevaveri
The town of Klässbol is located in the Arvika municipality. This place is best known for the Klässbols linen weaving mill. This is where, among other things, the tablecloths that are used during the Nobel dinner, after the Nobel Prize ceremonies, are made.
Klässbols linen weaving mill is a supplier to the royal court and many Swedish embassies abroad also have linen from Klässbol. The weaving mill was founded in 1928 by Hjalmar Johansson and is now run by the fourth generation of Johanssons.