Fine Little Day started life as blog written by founder and lead designer, Elisabeth Dunker. Her lifestyle blog captures her creative life in Sweden and the natural beauty of her home country.
The Fine Little Day collection takes inspiration from the natural beauty of the Swedish countryside. The ‘Gran’ pattern on this woven children’s blanket is characterised by the simple aesthetics of the native fir trees from Scandinavian forests. The word ‘Gran’ translates as the Swedish name for the spruce tree that’s found in the majestic forests across Sweden.
We have huge admiration for Fine Little Day’s passion to use sustainable and organic materials wherever possible. The baby blankets are made from pure organic brushed cotton, which is both eco-conscious and gentle on your child’s delicate skin.
How To Find Old New York lists 40 entries to explore classic New York locations. From New York’s oldest licensed bar to a shop stacked floor to ceiling with sugary treats.
The New York guide is printed on a single sheet of A3 paper with an illustrated map on one side and travel tips and notes listed on the other. Each entry lists opening times and location with a telephone number for further details.
The guide folds up to a handy A6 size for the ideal pocket sized travel companion. Illustrated by Jim Datz and litho-printed in the UK on recycled paper.
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