Knokkon’s linen pattern is a classical and versatile pattern. The linen pattern suits well in clothing as well as in interior textiles. The linen pattern blends naturally into many interiors and the fabric can be easily dyed with natural materials.
Knokkon nettle cotton fabric waffle pattern:
Fabric width: 164 cm
Fabric weight: 255 g / meter
Thickness of yarn used in the fabric:
Tex 30 × 2
Color: off-white, nettle brings small natural color differences to the yarn
Material: 30% European nettle (urtica dioica) 70% Turkish cotton
The cotton used in the product is organically certified
Care instructions for Knokkon nettle cotton fabric linen pattern:
Wash Knokkon’s textiles separately from other laundry, lint may come off natural fibres, especially in the first few washes.
It is a good idea to fill the washing machine in half so that any loose fibres are rinsed off properly.
The washing temperature of the fabrics is 40 ° Celcius
Fabrics do not need to be tumble dried, string or flat drying is enough
No dry cleaning
Do not bleach
No dry cleaning
Ironing max to 150 ° Celcius
The fabric shrinks about 25%
Countries of origin:
Fabric design: Knokkon
Manufactured for Knokkon Textiles Company Oy
Nettle is the most breathable natural fibre, meaning the fabric deserves to get close to the skin. Waffle fabric blends naturally into many interiors. With the washes, the fabric softens and gets its final shape. The waffle typically shrinks, about 25%.
Knokkon’s goal is to keep the carbon footprint of its products as small as possible. The materials are ecological and sourced as close as possible. The nettle (urtica dioica) used in the fabric is ecologically and ethically cultivated in Germany. The fibres have been removed mechanically, without water, using an innovative method. The cotton used as a fabric is produced in Turkey ethically and ecologically. The yarns used in the fabric are spun in Germany and woven into fabric in Finland. Nettle cotton fabric is also an ecological choice because no plant protection products or pesticides are used in the cultivation of the materials. Nettle and only needs natural rain to grow, which also saves groundwater.
Thank you for choosing ethically produced ecological product!