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Daughter of the Baltic Sea, blue


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    Anders Bureus's map of the Nordic region from the 17th century and the cosmographic model of Andreas Cellarius were used as the basis for the pattern. The patterns were designed by Jaana Hellas in co-operation with the John Nurminen Foundation. Silk can be used to weave many different kinds of fabric. Terms such as ‘twill’ and ‘satin’ thus tell us how the fabric was woven.

    Twill: A shiny silk fabric woven so as to produce a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs.

    Cleaning instructions: Dry-cleaning is recommended for silk items. If you wish to wash your silk garments by hand, wash silk garments separately and always use a special detergent meant for natural silk, or Marseilles soap. Wash the item quickly in a large quantity of water, do not tubmle dry. Stretch garment into its original shape and iron on the reverse side when still damp. Stains can be removed with trichroloethylene, available from pharmacies.