The black and white Kudelma pattern designed by Noora Typpo is inspired by the beauty and diversity of languages and different dialects. The graphic design consists of “word weave” that includes different letters and Finnish words. This pattern was a clear winner of the textile design competition organized by Finlayson with its Japanese licensing partner, Felissimo, to celebrate Finlayson’s 200th anniversary. This potholder is easy to grab and features a stitched groove running diagonally from corner to corner to ensure a better grip and helps to protect your hands from hot kitchenware. Additionally, all of Finlayson’s pot holders have a CE marking, which means that they have been tested for adequate protection against contact heat. The Kudelma potholder is made of a thick rib weave cotton with 50% of the cotton being recycled. This fabric is easy to care for and can be ironed after washing or hung to dry using its loop. Take a look at the other Kudelma kitchen products and complete the set with the apron and oven mitt as well.
COUNTRY: Designed in Finland, Made in Designed in Finland, Made in Turkey
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Finlayson has produced the best quality in housewares, including textiles, kitchen and dining accessories and décor for nearly 200 years. Established in Tampere, Finland by James Finlayson in 1820, the company has developed international prestige due to consistent quality and desirable, cla... More Finlayson
These potholders are generous without being onerous! Beautifully made from a fetching pattern, they are easy to use and feel sturdy enough to dispel any worries of heat passing through. Shipping was quick and I am 100% satisfied!