Hemp dish cloth “Sipulikupoli” aniline
”Sipulikupoli” literally means an onion-shaped cupola which is a visually beautiful sight originating from Byzantine architecture and found in many Eastern churches.
Hemp dish cloth is rougher and suitable for all kinds of scrubbing – without scratching the surfaces. The hemp dish cloth is made of a single layer of fabric and it dries quickly. The material is 88% hemp-cotton blend and 12% polyester. Wash in 60 C.
Production: The material arrives in Finland as yarn and is knitted into fabric in Orivesi. Occasionally, there are fabric batches in production that have not been knitted in Finland. The fabric is hand screen printed in Porvoo where the products are also sewn and finalised.
Design: Suvi Kankkonen
- Additional information
Hemp cotton stretch terry Hemp is an old material used in sails, ropes and other textiles that require good moisture resistance. It tolerates microbes well and dries fairly quickly. Therefore, it is suitable also for kitchen use. The hemp is a very ecological plant to cultivate. Hemp in our hemp dish cloth is of European origin. Our dish cloths have also cotton from either Central Asia or Middle East in the mix, and a small amount of polyester to give it durability.
|Dimensions||24 × 24 cm|