A Swedish dishcloth is always good company. Making any place look nicer in a wink. Any time.
And environmentally friendly.
Choose it. Bring it. Wet it. Use it. Wring it. And sing! … well, that’s optional.
Made in Sweden. Naturally. Enjoy. /Katarina
Three attentive Blue Tits for chatty company and home service. The birds are printed on a grey tinted dish cloth.
Robins are always curious to know what’s going on, especially when you seem to be lost for awhile when trying to fix something outdoors. I’ve often wondered if they could have given me good advice if I understood their language, or they mine. But it helps a lot with simply their presence.
Daisies are summer, celebrations, yes, all swedish occasions when you cheer and say hooray! They lighten up in gardens, tables, behind one ear, or both, and now they are ready to assist on all important dish cloth duties.
The Humpback Whales are the masters of under water ballet. The perfect way to attract good vibrations and solve any misunderstandings… so, the advice for the day is: Bring in the giants and let’s dance :).
The Orcas stay close to family and friends. They keep touching and checking each other and always there to help out when needed.
A dish cloth bringing good and clever company. That’s it. Let’s plunge and smile back 🙂 .
A Harbor Seal shows up to check on you when you are busy doing other things. I simply had to share the feeling, as it happened to me with a wild living seal.
A dish cloth made to interact with water on a daily basis, the ultimate place to be when you are a little seal staying in the home of humans. 🙂
Read the mind of a dish cloth. This is the way it will stay fresh and serve you nearly forever. For ever yours /an anonymous dish cloth.
text and design: Katarina Hamilton
Skis & Snow. The only thing you need is a mug of hot chocolate. And when you happen to spill your chocolate you need a sponge. The circle is complete.
The Fox Trot Across The Ice / Räven Raskar Över Isen.
A piece of the nordic wild life aswell as a figure from a traditional Swedish Christmas song and dance. Let the fox trot on.
A sense of snowy winter air and northern serenity. Brought through to any kitchen by this little dish cloth.
A classic scene of the five steeds and Stephen. Or simply five horses enjoying a Swedish winter afternoon in the light of the stars and the falling snow.
Disktrasa: “Disktrasans Våta Dröm”
Har din disktrasa ett bra liv? Här anförtror disktrasan oss om hur den vill ha det för att hålla sig fräsch och arbetsför länge, länge.
Motiv och text är tryckt med klassisk djupblå “porslinsblå” färg på åtta olika grundfärger. Tillverkad i Sverige av cellulosa och bomull. Design & text Katarina Hamilton.