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Hortons. Black, red & white thicker, absorbent cotton – inspired by my Tim Hortons Canadian mug.

The towels available are numbered on their photos. When purchasing please note the towel number you would like.

Nr 11: Three different sections of black on white separated by a red line, with a red border on each end.
Nr 12: Six different woven sections in red on white, separated by white lines.
Nr 13: Six different sections woven weft faced, separated by a red line. One side appears fully white, the other black.
Nr 14: Black on white designs with 5 red stripes in the middle, and one at each end.
Nr 15: White blocks surrounded by black/white and red/white designs.

Once you start using handwoven towels you won’t want to use anything else. They are very soft, very absorbent, and little workhorses. You can wash them in the machine, hang them up to dry.
Towels are wee panels of weaving art. Every tea towel I weave is unique and one of a kind. Even coming off a warp of perhaps 8 towels, each individual towel will be different. No twins, just siblings.
Towels cannot be the same length as they are woven individually according to pattern and design, and not according to size.
All of my towels are handwoven on my 8 shaft floor loom, using Brassard cotton from Canada.

Each towel has been pre-washed in the machine and hand hemmed.

Materials: 100% Brassard cotton in an absorbent twill structure. Machine wash warm, line dry. Hot iron if desired.

I send out a newsletter to tea towel aficionados every time new towels are available (absolutely no pressure to purchase). Please let me know if you would like to be on the list:

Shipping note outside NZ: The price quoted and that you pay will most likely be too high. I will reimburse the overpaid amount as soon as I ship your item. This is because the shipping is calculated for wool shawls and not lighter cotton tea towels.


W88-11, W88-12, W88-13, W88-14, W88-15

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