Kappa-Check 2.0

Kappa-Check 2.0

In addition to stripe designs Jota, Kappa and Alpha 2.0, nya nordiska has developed a check variant of the fabrics, each one adjusted to the individual stripe widths: In colour range and yarn quality identical with the stripe series, the durable and washable check fabrics Jota, Kappa and Alpha-Check 2.0 made of 100% cotton, open up versatile combination possibilities for upholstery, decoration and table sets, also in the interplay with Delta, Mega and Zeta 2.0.


Use

Bedspread, Cover fabric, Curtain, Cushions, Panel curtain, Roller blinds, Table linen

COMPOSITION

100% cotton

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 140 cm

Care

Care z

Shrinkage ca. 2-4%

Article Notes

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  • Banderilla

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