In Sweden, Christmas trees are an important part of the holiday season. Traditional Swedish Christmas trees are often decorated with simple and natural decorations, such as wooden ornaments, straw stars, and candles. The candles are placed on the tree branches and lit on Christmas Eve to create a warm and cozy atmosphere. The tradition of Christmas trees in Sweden dates back to the 1800s, and it is believed to have been introduced by German immigrants. Today, many Swedish families continue to decorate their homes with Christmas trees, which are a symbol of joy, hope, and togetherness during the holiday season.
Material: cotton and cellulose. Size: approx. 17 x 20 cm. Hole for hanging. Machine washable at any temperature; can be boiled. Boiling renders the dishcloth bacteria-free. Compostable.