The Ten and Co. linen tea towel in our original Grid print!
Functional, beautiful, and sustainable, our tea towels are designed for everyday use. With a convenient hook sewn into the top for easy hanging and a generous size, this isn't just a pretty kitchen accessory; it will work hard too.
MORE TO LOVE
+ Made of a 50/50 cotton and linen blend that is both durable and soft
+ Cut drying time in half. The all-natural material absorbs water rather than spreading or wicking it away
+ Fuss-free, these tea towels are wrinkle resistant with proper care + Washing machine safe
+ Free of synthetic material, these tea towels are fully compostable
+ Designed in Canada, ethically made in Sweden
+ Made from a 50/50 cotton and linen blend
+ Screen printed using toxic-free, water-based dyes
+ For best results, wash using the warm setting [40° C]
+ Hang to dry to reduce wrinkling
+ Iron on low if needed
END OF LIFE
+ Made of natural material, your tea towel is fully compostable
+ Depending on the condition of your tea towel, we recommend donating it to your local pet shelter so it can be repurposed
Our tea towels are typically used for drying dishes and glassware but we have listed a few of our less common but super helpful uses below.
KEEP YOUR BREAD FRESHER LONGER
+ Wrap your fresh loaf in a tea towel to absorb any moisture in the air that causes your bread to get gummy.
ZHUZH UP A GIFT
+ The gifting options are endless. Our tea towels can be used in place of wrapping paper, secured around fresh-cut flowers or encased around a cookbook.
+ Designed in Canada by Ten and Co.+ Made ethically in Sweden
SIZE + OTHER
+ 19.6" x 27.6"
+ A convenient hook is sewn in for easy storage
+ This product is packaged in a recyclable paper belly band
We believe that small actions change the world. When choosing a cotton-linen blend, you are choosing to reduce textile waste from our landfills. Textile waste generates greenhouse methane gas and leak toxic chemicals and dyes into our soil and groundwater.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
When you choose natural materials and dyes, you help:
+ Eliminate textile waste
+ Reduce greenhouse gases
+ Minimize the demand for synthetic materials
+ Promoting the use of ethically sourced natural fibres