Cal, Bay, San, Check Yo’ Self
Wool is a self cleaning fibre ready to absorb and naturally break down bad odours, washing regularly is not necessary. When it is finally in need of freshening up, hand wash with a mild detergent or shampoo.
Heavier knits will stretch when wet so make sure to line dry completely flat to maintain its shape. Stay away from tumble drying to avoid misshaping and shrinking. Always store your knitwear folded.
Our jumpers are 100% wool and contain no synthetics, natural fibres can be prone to pilling caused by rubbing during regular use. This is perfectly normal of a natural fibre and can be removed with a sweater comb.
Lin , Lin Crop, Lin Cardi
One of our most luxurious yarns, cashmere should be treated with the care it deserves. If spot cleaning is not enough, turn your knitwear inside out and hand wash using warm water with a delicate detergent. Line dry completely flat and store folded.
Due to its soft and fuzzy nature, cashmere can be prone to pilling caused by rubbing during regular use. Not to worry, this is perfectly normal of a natural fibre and can be removed simply with a sweater comb.
Phi Bandeau, Phi Pant
Our jersey pieces are low maintenance and washing machine friendly. We still advice washing on a low temperature to elongate the life of your garment. If washing for the first time, wash alone or with similar colours.
Lia, Eve, Twi, Rus, Twi Blanket, Seb, Ana
Hand wash or use the washing machine on a gentle cycle at 30° or below. Make sure to use a garment bag to avoid any snags and wash with similar colours. Do not use any bleach and iron on cool.
We suggest hand washing your linen, however the washing machine also works well on a gentle cycle with a low temperature setting. If using the washing machine, place in a garment bag to avoid any snags. Do not add any bleach or harsh detergents.
Line dry flat to maintain its shape and feel, it is kinder to both the product and the environment. Our linen pieces can be ironed on cool.