The Typpii Pillow is a beautiful and fun piece of Scandi soft furnishing. A great gift for children, and a smiling face to make you happy. It is made with the highest quality materials, and using the most talented designers. A Scandi style home accessory not to be missed.
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Typpii pillow is a charming little lady who was created by Lapuan Kankurit. She is a lovely little pillow who’s smiling face makes us all happy!
Koivu was designed by Suvi Kankkonen, who has a real passion for textiles and has worked with Lapuan Kankurit for many years, creating some beautiful designs using bright colours and different textures.
Typpii measures 20 x 30cm
Made out of Masters of Linen long staple linen yarn, grown and spun in Europe and out of bio organic cotton spun in Europe according Öko-Tex standard. . Yarns are dyed in Europe, mainly in Finland nearby the weaving mill.
Typpii Pillow Care instructions:
About the Company:
Lapuan Kankurit is a family run company based in Finland, who value sustainable development and pure natural materials. Their philosophy also includes responsible and environmentally friendly processes, continuous research and development, not to mention their fantastic designers. All of these great qualities lead to products of the highest standard that will last many years. This is why we love to work along side them to bring these wonderful products to you.
The roots of their family business stretch back to the opening of the family’s first textile factory in 1917. They pride themselves on knowing each and every one of their employees personally. The everyday workings of a weaving mill involve various different stages, and every one of them requires a skilled professional. In addition, they are all surrounded by an extensive network of passionate professionals: yarn dyers, designers, machinists… the very best in their industry. Together, they make up the wonderful Lapuan Kankurit.