• Cushion Matelot Ecru Marine Upcycled
  • Cushion Matelot Ecru Marine Upcycled
Cushion Matelot Ecru Marine Upcycled

Cushion Matelot Upcycled Ecru Marine

Let yourself be worn by our new Matelot collection, upcycled cushions. These are knitted panels from the BAIE DES CAPS workshop, they are assembled and embroidered near Dinan by a suitable workshop

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DETAILS DE NOTRE PULL MARIN

DETAILS DU COUSSIN MARIN

comes from second choice knitted panels sold with its cushion interior made in the Jura from microfibre made of silicon polyester fiber. Colour: ecru and marine.

SOMETHING

Wool and acrylic cushion cover 50%/50%, dimensions 40 x 40 cm

UN PRODUIT DURABLE

A SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT


Our creations come from a unique know-how that has been transmitted over the years for more than 30 years. All our products are handmade in our workshop in Ploubalay, Beaussé-sur-Mer (22). These timeless and minimalist pieces are made according to specific quality requirements to accompany you as long as possible.
DES PULLS MARINS MADE IN FRANCE

UN ACHAT MADE IN FRANCE


Buy at home Baie des Caps it is to make the choice to consume in a different way and thus become an actor of our approach. By buying MADE IN FRANCE you support local production and manufacturing and you make a responsible purchase.
UN RAPPORT QUALITE PRIX

QUALITY/PRIX REPORT


Our approach is to make the MADE IN FRANCE accessible to all. That is why our prices will remain competitive. We are a company with a human and family size that seeks above all to offer you responsible, sustainable, hot, authentic and quality products.

THE VERTUS OF LAINE


Wool is a natural fiber taken for its heat. It is very resistant and naturally elastic, which makes it possible to adjust to all morphologies but can also resume its original form simply. It is an antistatic fiber that lets the skin breathe and absorbs perspiration while preventing the proliferation of bacteria. Wool clothing retains its flexibility and colour for several years.
LE GUIDE POUR ENTRETENIR SON PULL MARIN

THE GUIDE OF ENTRETIEN


For 50% wool we advise you to wash it in 30° machine program wool with preferably a "special delicate textiles" laundry to protect animal fibres. Then take a drying to a minimum and then dry on a flat surface and not burning. Don't go to the dryer.

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LA MARINIERE


The puppet was born in 1858 when the navy decided to make an official uniform to its sailors. A white sweater with 21 navy blue stripes referring to the numbers of Napoleonian naval victories won against the English. They were also intended to make sailors more visible when they went overboard and thus less complicated to spot. The sleeves of a length of 3/4, i.e. ending in the middle of the forearm allowed sailors to do any manoeuvres without being embarrassed.

THE Sailor sweater


The sailor sweater is a local tradition that dates from the eighteenth century. Originally sorted by the companions of the Breton sailors, he was later derived and taken over everywhere in France. At first it is a work habit, essential and useful. It allows sailors, by its tight mesh, to resist the wind, the rain and the storms they could endure in the middle of the sea. In virgin wool or merino wool sailor sweater has evolved and it has become a fashion habit but it is always as qualitative.
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Data sheet

Composition
50% merino wool 50% acrylic
50% Laine / 50% acrylique :
Lavage en machine 30° programme laine. Essorage au minimum. Mettre à sécher sur une surface plane et non brûlante. Pas de sèche linge.


100% Laine :
Lavage en machine à l'eau froide programme laine. Essorage au minimum. Mettre à sécher sur une surface plane et non brûlante. Pas de sèche linge.