EUROPEAN FLAX CERTIFIED
Linen & Organic Cotton
Our fine linen blend yarns, made by 65% linen and 35% organic cotton, are spun by Servizi Seta in Biella, Italy. We have selected a yarn made by a precious linen and sustainable organic cotton. The characteristics of a natural fiber such as linen, capable of absorbing moisture, combined with the hypoallergenic, breathable and comfortable function of organic cotton, make the finished garment versatile and with a unique stylistic rendering. Our organic cotton, do not include the use of pesticides, insecticides, chemical fertilizers and genetically modified seeds (GMOs). The synthetic substances that are used in the production and processing of standard cotton are not only one of the main causes of environmental pollution, but often also cause allergies to our skin. The cultivation of organic cotton is also sustainable thanks to the reduced water consumption compared to standard cotton.
Maglificio di Monica
With more than thirty years in the industry, Maglificio di Monica is based in a small town near Genova, Italy. Most of her work is carried out with the help of manual machines, always keeping a keen eye on details and raising the bar piece by piece. Il Maglificio di Monica is what “Made in Italy” is all about
Your knit piece is far too precious not to care of in the right way.
If you follow a few simple steps to ensure its quality, it will be easy for you to make it last longer and happier.
HOW TO WASH IT LIKE A PRO
We always suggest to wash your precious knitwear garment by hand for longer durability:
1. Use warm water and mix it with some mild liquid soap
2. Submerge the garment in the water and let it soak for about 5 minutes
3. Carefully rinse the garment in warm water
4. When you’re done with rinsing, squeeze as much water as you can from the garment.
5. Wrap the garment in a towel. Gently squeeze and let it air dry in a cool place.
You will find further information on our Care Instructions inside the packaging.
HOW TO STORE IT
The best way to store your knitwear is to fold and keep it flat as this will help to keep its shape, and always store clean garments in cool, dry places. Moths aren’t so much attracted to the fibre, but to the food, dirt, perspiration or body oils on a garment.
These general care instructions will help you make your knitwear garment last longer and better. If you require any other suggestions, or if you have any doubts, feel free to discover more about it on our Journal.
Wash by Hand (Max 40°C)
Do Not Bleach
Suitable For Dry Cleaning - Mild Process