- Set of 2 tea towels
- W 16" x H 24"
- Linen-Cotton Canvas
- Folded hem
- White hang tab on back
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The perfect gift set for a friend or keep them for yourself, we won’t tell!
These tea towels are the workhorse of the kitchen. Whether you use them for lint-free dish drying or keeping hands dry, they'll bring a unique splash of color and personality to your kitchen. Each tea towel is designed by independent designers, from around the world, and printed and sewn in the USA.
These towels will soften and become more absorbent with use.
© 2018 penny candy / Amy Peppler Adams
A Bauhaus-inspired alphabet print.
Coordinates with all fabric and collections in my shop whose names end with an asterisk (*).
Here's what the text in the swoosh says:
Abbie ate anchovies and artichokes. Bella blew big, blue bubbles. Clever Clifford clumsily closed the closet clasps. Dwayne drew a drawing of dreaded Dracula. Ella eluded eleven elderly elephants. Flynn flipped flat flapjacks. Greta grabbed a group of green grapes. Hattie happened upon happy healthy hippos. Ida identified the ivory iris. Julia juggled the juicy, jiggly jello. Kevin kept the ketchup in the kitchen. Lily lugged a lot of little lemons. Michael mailed a mangled mango. Newton never needed new noodles. Olivia often opted for olives with her oranges. Penelope plucked plump, purple, plastic plums. Quinn quite quickly quelled the quarreling quartet. Robert wrapped a rather rare red rabbit. Shannon shivered in a sheer, short skirt. Trina and Twyla were two twittering twins under a twiggy tree. Ursula usually used her unique, unusual unicycle. Violet viewed a very valuable vase. Wyatt warily warned the weary warrior. Xerxes expected to Xerox extra x-rays. Yolanda yodeled up yonder yesterday. Ziggy zig-zagged through the zany zoo zone.
Linen-Cotton Canvas - Unique natural texture with a matte finish. Great for both cozy and formal seating areas.