marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten

Get your bake on with this marimekko oven mitten featuring the Vihannesmaa pattern ((vegetable garden) is a smallerscale version of the tarhuri design. 

An ambidextrous oven mitten made of padded cotton with a hanging loop.

Instructions: Avoid using the product when it is damp as this weakens its thermal insulation capacity. Avoid contact with oven heating elements and open flame. The maximum touch temperature for the product is 250 degrees Celsius.

Printed in Helsinki 

Length: 31.50 cm

Width: 15.00 cm

Tarhuri (gardener) is a tribute to the creations of Mother Nature, all the beautiful fruits and vegetables and colors shifting from sun-baked hues to the sharper tones that develop in shade. It celebrates the wonder of something as marvelous as an apple tree or a watermelon growing from a tiny little seed. The pattern also reflects the joy of growing your own food, how your own small strawberries always taste best.  

 

 

marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten

$33.00
marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten
marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten

marimekko vihannesmaa oven mitten

$33.00
$33.00

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Get your bake on with this marimekko oven mitten featuring the Vihannesmaa pattern ((vegetable garden) is a smallerscale version of the tarhuri design. 

An ambidextrous oven mitten made of padded cotton with a hanging loop.

Instructions: Avoid using the product when it is damp as this weakens its thermal insulation capacity. Avoid contact with oven heating elements and open flame. The maximum touch temperature for the product is 250 degrees Celsius.

Printed in Helsinki 

Length: 31.50 cm

Width: 15.00 cm

Tarhuri (gardener) is a tribute to the creations of Mother Nature, all the beautiful fruits and vegetables and colors shifting from sun-baked hues to the sharper tones that develop in shade. It celebrates the wonder of something as marvelous as an apple tree or a watermelon growing from a tiny little seed. The pattern also reflects the joy of growing your own food, how your own small strawberries always taste best.