Tea towels date back to the 18th century, when they were originally used in tea ceremonies to artistically accentuate the cups, as well as gently absorb any spills. They can be used as trivets, to protect tabletops and counters from hot baking dishes, as well as to wipe hands or dry off produce. Looking for other creative uses? Go zero-waste with gift wrapping and try your hand at Furoshiki, a Japanese method of wrapping foods, boxes, or gifts with fabric, uniquely folded and tied up.
Enjoy the finer things in life with this Sunflower Tea Towel set! The sunflower is an important native flower since they provide habitat for pollinators and other wildlife species, including my favorite local bird – the American Goldfinch! On top of being important wildlife plants, they also represent devotion, ambition, good luck, vitality, and warmth in the Victorian Language of Flowers.
Sunflower Tea Towel Details:
- 100% cotton (eco-friendly)
- Sustainable & repurposed fabrics (salvaged fabrics from flour sack creation)
- Hand-printed with care using my own own carved blocks from my illustrations!
- Comes with 2 square towels, each is 26.5×26.5″
- Machine washable (on cold). Tumble dry low.
- FREE shipping in the United States!
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