Navy Blue Linen Chef's Pad, Aga Top in Pure Linen from the Bluebell Collection]
*With a slightly imperfect print*
Every now and then we spot a few imperfections in our hand-printing. Whether a small ink smudge or a design printed a little too faintly, these pieces don't make it into our final selection so we’ve added them to our sale. This is a great opportunity to buy slight seconds at significantly reduced prices, please do watch the video below to find out more:
Unfortunately we are unable to accept returns on any sale items.
Add a touch of magic to your Aga with these lovely navy blue linen Chef’s Pad. Perfect for helping to protect the top of your beautiful Aga cooker from scratching and damage. Featuring a design from our new Bluebell Collection.
They are sold as singles.
This navy blue linen chef’s pad features a hand printed design from the new Bluebell Collection. Backed with heavy Italian towelling and a layer of wadding sandwiched between the two, it is beautifully finished with a matching linen bias edging and a single line of stitching.
Price stated is for a single Chef’s Pad.
Printed in our Cornish studio using water based inks and sewn by a small team of artisans, these Chef’s pads are perfect for Aga lovers. Take a look at our chef’s pads in a variety of designs and linen colours.
Approx size 37cm
Pure linen top, polyester wadding and towelling base
Machine was at 30 degrees
Hand Printed and Made in Cornwall
Take a look at other lovely things in the Bluebell Collection.
About The Bluebell Collection
With our shop and studio situated in Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, we are lucky enough to be a few steps away from one of the most beautiful Spring spectacles. If you are looking for great places to experience carpets of our native bluebells, Head Gardener Lee, suggests the woodland walks, especially around the Amphitheatre near Maker Church. This new Bluebell Collection is inspired by these pretty flowers that are such an important part of our natural heritage.
The purple-blue colour of the Bluebell attracts bees in their droves and for many bee species, the sustenance of Bluebells’ nectar is vital during the early spring months. Bees are not the only wildlife attracted by Bluebells in the garden – with the flowers also luring butterflies and hoverflies.
No surprise then that this woodland plant has been voted the nation's favourite wild flower in a poll organised by conservation charity Plantlife.