GNOMES

GNOMES

GNOMES

HALTIJATAR (S)

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“When the darkness takes over in November, there are only few hours of day light for playing outdoors. This is the time for storytelling, sitting by the fire indoors and reading books about the creatures of the woods. You do remember gnomes, trolls, bugbears and fairies, right? These myssys are named after special creatures of the Finnish Children’s literature.

Myssys in this collection are made of 100% organic Finnsheep wool provided by our very own sheep and their cousins at the Rintala farm. Organic Finnsheep wool is as soft as Merino wool and it has a wide natural color spectrum. This wool has been hand washed and it has lanoline –the grease of wool – left in, which makes it particularly good for the sensitive skin of children. It doesn't itch.

The pompom is made of 100% Finnish, hand-colored Finnsheep wool by Anna Vasko.”

64,00 €

Haltijatar is made of light grey wool and topped with a nude pompom. This is our bestselling color combination loved by both the mothers and daughters. This creature is beautiful goddess or fairy that often takes a human form and has good aims. Haltijatar is Finnish and means a ”vila”.

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“When the darkness takes over in November, there are only few hours of day light for playing outdoors. This is the time for storytelling, sitting by the fire indoors and reading books about the creatures of the woods. You do remember gnomes, trolls, bugbears and fairies, right? These myssys are named after special creatures of the Finnish Children’s literature.

Myssys in this collection are made of 100% organic Finnsheep wool provided by our very own sheep and their cousins at the Rintala farm. Organic Finnsheep wool is as soft as Merino wool and it has a wide natural color spectrum. This wool has been hand washed and it has lanoline –the grease of wool – left in, which makes it particularly good for the sensitive skin of children. It doesn't itch.

The pompom is made of 100% Finnish, hand-colored Finnsheep wool by Anna Vasko.”