Handwoven Beach Towels
Heads up: Since each piece here is handmade to order, it may take up to two weeks to ship. (It's well worth the wait—trust us.)
Spread out this beach towel in all its understated elegance and admire it for a moment or two. Then stretch out over that super-absorbent 50/50 cotton hemp blend, listen to the waves crashing, and appreciate the comfort of the fabric up close. These beauties were handwoven in Leicester, North Carolina from 100% naturally-dyed fabric, because SIN focuses on using high-quality materials and paying fair wages. Bonus: It’s versatile! Use it at the beach, on your table, around your neck, or over your shoulders when the sun goes down.
About the natural dye process: The Indigo color is produced from pigment from the Indigo plant and dyed with rain water. To produce the rust color, the pigment comes from a Cutch Tree and dyed with rain water.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Leicester, North Carolina
50/50 Hemp Cotton Blend
32"L x 64.5"W
Care & Notes +-
Machine wash in cold water, dry on low, iron if needed - do not bleach. Wash with similar colors. Natural dye will fade beautifully with wash and use.
Shipping & Returns +-
View our Return Policy.
Meet the Maker
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
Turn stale bread and rogue produce into a cool, refreshing gazpacho -- all without a recipe.
Marissa Mullen, Food52's Resident Cheese Plater, shows us how to make the perfect single-serving arrangement—so dinnertime can feel special even when we're not entertaining guests.
Table for One columnist, Eric Kim, shows us how this red sauce-joint classic can be the perfect summer meal.
A Similar Style
Elsewhere on Food52
Today’s Top StoryOur 26 Coziest Fall Pasta Recipes
So Hot Right Now
Absolute Best TestsThe Absolute Best Way to Cook Chicken Thighs, According to So Many Tests
Big Little RecipesCrisp, Chewy Almond Butter Cookies in 3 Ingredients