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Pintinė

Crochet Bag

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Handmade

Natural yarn

Pintinė crochet bag is an elevated take on the traditional woven baskets we grew up seeing just about everywhere in the Baltics. Inspired by our childhood summer days when we had nowhere to be, just roaming through meadows and picking berries, the textile pattern is developed using the crochet puff stitch technique in a non-conventional way. It's interlaced to replicate the pattern of the braided hair plait and the same method used in traditionally woven baskets.

Please note that Pintinė bag is made-to-order. The production timeline encompasses up to 14 working days for our skilled knitters to meticulously craft your sweater and for us to efficiently process your order.

 

  • MATERIAL & CARE

    100% Fair Trade cotton. 

    STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®. 

    Dry clean only.

  • FREE SHIPPING & FREE EXCHANGES

    What's better than a sustainably sourced accessory? A sustainably sourced accessory with free worldwide shipping and free exchanges.

    If for some reason you'd like to return a piece altogether, we'll always accept unworn, unwashed and unaltered knits with original tags attached. Head to our FAQ for more details.

  • SUSTAINABILITY

    We don't believe in deadstock. All of our Pintinė bags are produced in small batches by female artisans in rural Lithuania. One bag alone takes full 4 days for an artisan to crochet by hand. Wanna put a face to a name? You'll also receive a card about the knitter who made your dress. 

    For the knit, we use deadstock yarn spun from 100% natural cotton.

MATCH WITH

Delčia

Cotton Sweater

€189
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Hellebore

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NOTES FROM OUR DESIGN TEAM

Our latest arrivals embark on a nostalgic journey into the carefree days of childhood, inspired by the timeless connection between our Baltic heritage and nature's embrace. Drawing from the enchantment of wild swimming under the night sky, we delved into the Lithuanian folktale of "Eglė, The Queen of Serpents," finding resonance in its themes of togetherness and reverence for the natural world. Through intricate knit stitches echoing rippling water and braiding patterns reminiscent of traditional rituals — mirroring the sisters bathing in the lake in the folktale — our new pieces evoke the essence of summer's magic.