Fill your kitchen will blooms that will never wilt. Minna Niskakangas' Lumikukka (Snow Flower) print is soft and dreamy in shades of pink on a grey backdrop. It is accented with gold metallic detailing, which shimmers and is contrasted by black shadowing for dreamy dimension and depth. This Pentik tea towel is made from equal parts cotton and linen to perform a number of kitchen tasks, like drying hands and dishes or wrapping baked goods fresh from the oven. It has a looped tag for hanging when not in use, but can also be framed to serve as textile art or used to wrap another gift!
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
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This towel is another example of why I love Finnish art. I was delighted to see that the towel matched the picture exactly and the pair that I bought are brightening up my kitchen window, just as I'd hoped. I'm not used to towels with a linen content, but I find that I like them very much. My only reservation is that they really should be ironed when they come out of the dryer in order to look their very best (but I'm lazy and don't bother--they still look beautiful). Depends on how much of a perfectionist you are, I guess.
It occurs to me that sewing two of these towels together could form the basis for a very pretty tote bag. Hmmm.
very crisp linen combo
February 18, 2020
I love the pattern and colors and the linen content. However, you should know that these remain quite crisp--not softening--after washing and drying, either by hand or by machine. It depends on what you need the towels for whether or not these will match your use for them.
Nice compliment to the placemats.
January 19, 2020
The tea towel is a very nice compliment to the same pattern placemats on the table!