Shibori Flour Sack Tea Towels (Set of 2)
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Heart-eyes for dip-dyes.
Entertaining season calls for something beyond a run-of-the-mill tea towel! These beauties are hand-dyed using the Japanese shibori technique: They’re dipped repeatedly into natural indigo dye, then allowed to oxidize—that’s what gives them that deep, beautiful blue-jeans color. Because they’re handmade, every towel will be little bit different, which is what we love most about them. Use them to line a bread basket or even use them as hand towels in your guest bathroom!
Find the recipe for that Almond Cake with Orange Flower Water Syrup here.
Photography by Ty Mecham & James Ransom
Details & Materials -
30" L x 30" W
Care & Notes -
Machine wash cool with like colors. Tumble dry low. No chlorine bleach.
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We're never really in the market for a single-use item (who has the room, anyway?), so we're thankful to Ella Lou for reading our minds. All of their elegant, handcrafted products have multiple uses -- which make for multiple happy homes.View Full Profile
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