The "Zwilch" table linen is made from 100% cotton. It is easy to care for and particularly hard-wearing, making it ideal for use in gastronomy.
Previously, the typical working towels of the Mühlviertler farmers were made of denim, a particularly robust and highly absorbent fabric made from 100% cotton. Often the peasants wove this fabric even themself! The Mühlviertler weaving "Kitzmüller" has a long tradition, it was built in 1928 as hand weaving, and the family produces textiles based on pure natural fibers until today.
Machine washable at 95°C!
Denim is a tight and hard-wearing textile that is traditionally produced in the beautiful "Mühlviertel" in Austria. The pattern is typical for this textile and it is produced for hundred of years on traditional hand looms.
Teppichweberei Guglwald - vorm. Kitzmüller
Weaving has a long tradition in the Mühlviertel that is still very popular with visitors. What began as a hand weaving mill in 1928 is today the Kitzmüller weaving mill, in which textiles are produced on the basis of pure natural fibers.