Bread bag made of light grey linen fabric in vintage look

Bread bag made of light grey linen fabric in vintage look



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  • Materials: Linen
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Dagmar Latz

Dagmar Latz

Owner of Kittelcouture

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Dimensions :38*30 cm

"Couture bread bag" in purist design made of 100% pre-washed linen.

Herrvoragend for transport (saves countless paper bags) and suitable for storing your baked goods (bread / rolls) Zerowaste

The couture bag from "Kittelcouture" keeps your bread juicy and fresh.

The bag is of high quality processed:

- Right-left seams

- 3-fold quilting on the envelope

- reinforced buttonholes for cord passage

- counter-rotating recycled cotton cord (for easy closing and opening of the bag).

-Darts on the bottom of the bag for a better stand (so by turning the top edge easily a bread basket for your laid table)

Linen is antibacterial and contains no animal protein, so it is resistant to mold.
Furthermore, the fabric is dirt-repellent and able to absorb and release moisture.
In addition to hemp, flax (linen) is the most sustainable fiber and thus the most ecologically sensible textile fiber on the market.
The material used here comes from Europe and is made exclusively in my studio in Saarlouis.

The couture bag can be washed up to 60 degrees,but more gentle for the fabric is a washing temperature of 30-40 degrees.
If possible, please use detergent without brightener.
The bags are not suitable for dryers, ironing linen in the still damp state.

Linen can shrink up to 4% when washed

In the case of striped/patterned fabric, a deviation from the product photo is possible, due to the cutting (individual production)

Listed on Jul 3, 2021