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Tea Towel - 100% Flax Linen

$10.00 - On sale

Archaeological records show that linen woven fabrics have been used and created by humans for at least 30,000 years. Linen is created from the flax plant and most likely originated in Eastern Europe. Linen is a woven fabric with a threads intertwined creating a sturdy cloth perfect for multiple uses.

I made these linen tea towels so that they can be used throughout your kitchen. This can be a tea towel, a rustic placemat, or even a cloth napkin. I've sewn a loop on each one so that it can be hung off a cabinet knob or pantry hook.

Linen dries faster than cotton, and so makes a superior dish towel. Linen is long lasting and will survive multiple washes and drying for years to come. When this cloth is old and raggedy, it can be shredded and added into your compost.

Choose a white and taupe color, or a blue and taupe.

14in by 18in

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