Erika Vaitkute

In Litauen geboren und aufgewachsen, saß Erika schon als kleines Mädchen mit ihrer Mutter an der Nähmaschine. Gerade volljährig geworden, stieg sie in einen alten Opel Kadett und fuhr nach Deutschland, um ihre Anfertigungen auf Kunsthandwerkermärkten zu verkaufen. In den 90er Jahren, mit Mitte 20, packte sie dann auch ihre Nähmaschine ein, reiste nach Deutschland, blieb und fand in Hamburg ihr neues Zuhause. Mit dabei im Gepäck war der Herzenswunsch, ihr traditionelles Erbe zu bewahren und noch viel mehr Menschen für Leinentextilien und das feine Handwerk dahinter zu begeistern.

Inzwischen fertigt die handwerklich anspruchsvollen Stücke sowie Sonderwünsche das Frauenteam ihrer kleinen Manufaktur in Litauen flexibel, individuell, nachhaltig und fair für Sie an. Und hier in Deutschland arbeitet Erika in einem kleinen, kreativen Team, das neue Designs entwirft, moderne Herstellungsprozesse erprobt und die Kollektionen erweitert und ergänzt. Zu entdecken gibt es bei Erika Vaitkute neben Leinentextilien auch Wollplaids in gewohnt bester Qualität – selbstverständlich Made in Lithuania.

Leinen aus Litauen. Die große Liebe. Hält allerdings ein Leben lang. Versprochen.

Being a natural fiber, flax has been cultivated in Lithuania for several thousand years.

Linen fabrics are highly valued all over the world for excellent anti-allergenic and eco-friendly properties. While offering our finely developed collection to you, we continue to closely collaborate with the Lithuanian weaver shops, nurturing their old traditions in linen craftsmanship.

We are a wholesale company, founded in Germany in 2002. Beforehand, we also acquired experience in Lithuanian and regional markets of linen products. Currently our major clients are German companies, who know the value of Lithuanian flax and appreciate the quality of local linen textiles. During nearly a decade in operation we received many compliments from linen specialists in Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark and other countries.

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Erika Vaitkute
Frau Charlotte Stoffel
Tel: +49 (0) 4 060 671 149
E-Mail: kontakt@vaitkute.de
www.vaitkute.de

2019-06-19T15:38:45+02:00
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