The pure Nordic nature captured into cuddlesome textiles that enhance our wellbeing.

Green and healthy textiles

We combine the pureness of the Nordic nature with nature’s own fibres to create wovens that not only feel good but have a positive effect on wellbeing.

Driven by our love of natural wool and the passion for designing functional woven textiles we have created completely new combinations of natural materials, Kultavilla woollens. Our textiles exhibit the nature’s organic structures and soft colours. These are the functional woollens either for cold winter or for milder seasons. The choice is yours!

Wool, why!

WOOL, such fine material that no technology can copy its features. It’s warm, soft and holds all the features of cuddliness imaginable. To make a long story short, with all its fine qualities, wool is the wonder fiber!

  • Breathes and controls moisture

  • Odor resitant

  • Prevents skin allergies

  • Regulates temperature

  • Improves sleep routine

  • Wrapping low birth weight babies in merino wool helps them to gain weight

Our mission is to bring about the best qualities of the fluffy Finnsheep wool, and the softest, untreated lambswool for your benefit, for cold as well as for milder seasons.

Different combinations of wool, manufactured with traditional techniques.

Natural dyed wool yarns - magic happens!

The rich colour tones of our wool yarns are created with ecological natural dyes, utilizing as well the natural grey and brown shades of finnsheep wool. All our dyes are produced in ethical and sustainable manner.

  • Blue (and green) colours are dyed with indigo (leaves of Indigoferia tinctoria)
  • Yellow dyes (and greens) are of weld plant (Reseda luteola) origin.
  • Red colours are from lac dye (Laccifer lacca) and madder (roots of the Rubia tinctoria plant). Bright reds are isolated from resin secreted by Cochenille insect (Coccus cacti).

Natural dyeing is done in small batches in tight collaboration with Aurinkokehrä. Our piece dyed products are hand dyed. Colour shades may vary from lot to lot, but we think that is what makes each woollen unique!

Winter blanket

1001

Talvineito 66 % Wool - 33 % cotton (GOTS)

Lightest natural Finnsheep wool tones combined with extra fine merino wool

Finishing with lovely cotton fringes

Size 110 cm x 210 cm

Price 270 €

Winter blanket

1002/2002

Pohjan poika 66 % Wool - 33 % cotton (GOTS)

Natural dyed Finnsheep wool combined with natural tones of wool and icy indigo shades

Size 120 cm x 210 cm

Price 330 €

Throws, light weight

1003/2003

Jäkälä 66 % Wool - 33 % cotton (GOTS)

Natural Finnsheep woollen colours

Size 100 cm x 170 cm

  • 1003 Price 162 € Natural colours
  • 2003 Price 217 € Hand dyed unique pieces

Shawls

1004

  • Karjalan neito

    66% Wool - 33% cotton (GOTS)

    combination of Finnsheep and baby merino wool

Size 90 cm x 165 cm

Price 128 € Natural wool colours

Winter blankets, seasonal colours

2002 Uniques

  • Ruska

    66% Wool - 33% cotton (GOTS)

    A colourful family! Blend of fluffy, natural dyed Finnsheep wool in autumn shades with extra fine merino wool. Unique pieces!

Size 120 cm x 210 cm

Price 330 €

Extra warm winter blanket

1005/2005 Uniques

100% Wool

Our warmest blanket! Blend of fluffy, natural and natural dyed Finnsheep wool with fine merino wool

Size 120 cm x 210 cm

  • Price 380 €

Autumn scarves, winter scarves

1006/1007/3006/3007

  • Kaarna 66% Wool - 33% cotton (GOTS)

Size 50 x 180 cm

  • 1006 Price 89 € Natural wool colours
  • 3006 Price 124 € Hand dyed with natural dyes, unique pieces

Mid season scarves

1008/1009/2008/2009/3008/3009

66 % Wool - 33 % cotton (GOTS)

The softest scarf with extra fine lambswool

Size 60 x 180 cm

1008 Price 88 € Natural wool colours

2008 Price 105 € Natural dyed wool stripes

3008 Price 135 € Hand dyed with indigo, unique pieces

Baby blankets

1010/1011/2010/2011/3010/3011

  • UNI 66% Baby merino - 33% cotton (GOTS)

Softness with extra fine lambswool

Size 100 x 100 cm

  • 1010 Price 88 € Natural wool colours
  • 2010 Price 105 € Natural dyed wool stripes
  • 3010 Price 135 € Hand dyed with indigo, unique pieces
Washing instructions

Washing instructions

Taking care of wool is usually perceived difficult, but we highly disagree. Wool’s natural wax, lanolin, is coating wool fibre’s, preventing woollens becoming dirty. Usually keeping your woollens in fresh air for a while, will be enough. If you think that your woollens need a wash: ‘Hand wash, rinse, spin and let it dry’ is the key.

Scarves/throws/blankets 100% wool

  • Hand wash at 30°
  • Soak (10-15 minutes), spin, rinse and let it dry.
  • Use mild detergent or soap if needed.

Scarves/throws 66% wool - 33% organic cotton

  • Hand wash at 30°
  • Soak (10-15 minutes), spin, rinse and let it dry.
  • Use mild detergent or soap if needed.

Winter blankets: 66% wool - 33% organic cotton

  • Hand wash at 30° with mild soap.
  • Rinse, spin, and let it dry.
  • If you wish to use a machine wash, use a gentle wool wash program at 30°.
  • Spin at 800 cycles for 1 to 2 minutes and let it dry. Use mild detergent or soap.

Wool in winter blankets is a blend of extra fine merino wool combined with very warm and fluffy finnish wool, origin from finnsheeps. Finnsheep wool is natural without any chemical treatments, and felts easily.

Pilling is a natural feature of untreated natural wool.

Handle your woollens with extra care - or sheep happens!

Natural fibres

We use only natural fibres, organic cotton, european linen and several types of natural wool. Our speciality is using finnsheep wool, as it is local, ecological, and ensures that our woollens are fluffy and warm!

Finnsheep wool

We have been working for years with shephards and wool spinneries to bring our own finnsheep breed’s wool into production. We process wool in small quantities to develop the best quality yarns for our wovens. In Finland sheeps can live a good life in small herds, enjoying the best care. The wool is processed into worsted special yarns by a small finnish spinnery, Pirtin kehräämö.

Lambswool

Lambswool is the soft ‘baby merino wool’ from the very first sheering of lambs. Our lambswool yarns are made in a italian fine wool spinnery. The wool is untreated, and thus without the finishing chemicals and polymers which are usually used to make ‘easy care’ products. We think that wool’s natural properties make wool georgous! Use of baby merino wool makes our woollens soft and gentle to skin. Lambswool woollens are ideal for babies and can be used as scarves or throws during milder seasons.

GOTS and BEST (Naturtextil IVN certified Best)certified Organic wool

BEST represents the highest currently achievable level of production in accordance with ecology and social accountability. BEST certification limits the number of conventional chemicals and treatments in the production chain. The 100 % organic wool fibres originate from certified organic animal husbandry (kbT). Since BEST is a very strict production certificate, it is only logical that just few yarns and textile products can meet this certification. Our aim is to use BEST certified yarns in our products, when possible. We use BEST certified wool yarns made by a German spinnery specialised in high quality woollen yarns. The colour tones are custom tailored for our use.

Organic cotton (GOTS certified)

The GOTS standard ensures environmentally and socially sustainable manufacturing of cotton all the way from the fields to yarns. We buy our organic cotton from a German spinnery, specializing in fine cotton yarns. We prefer undyed, raw white cotton to minimise the use of chemicals in cotton processing. The raw white cotton is the softest one there is!

European linen (flax)

Flax is considered to be one of the most ecological natural fibres, because just rainwater and only minimal amounts of fertilizers are needed to grow it in the humidity of the Atlantic coast. The European linen we use is of French origin, cultivated and spinned in France