Insects Printed Tea Towel
Here's a brightly colored tea towel to celebrate some of the most commonly misunderstood and overlooked creatures. Pick up an Insects Tea Towel for your favorite entomologist or hang one by the sink to remind you to practice cooking with that cricket protein.
Soft, high-quality, and made with 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, it leaves a light footprint.
These eco-friendly, organic cotton tea towels are soft, absorbent, and sure to become your new favorites in the kitchen. Each towel is carefully designed to look great however you decide to hang or fold it.
Fancy-up your stove, decorate your bathroom, or use them as oversized napkins. Tea towels make great gifts, or use one as sustainable gift-wrap!
|Material||100% Organic Cotton - GOTS Certified|
|Build||Hanging loop on back corner|
|Origin||Made sustainably in Denizli, Turkey|
|Care||Machine wash cold, Tumble dry low, Warm iron|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Great Decoration, Poor Towel
The color and sharpness of the images on this towel are gorgeous, and the pattern doesn't repeat! Folded in half twice, there are four different sides to choose to display. Unfortunately, the fabric is not at all absorbent--in fact, it seems to slightly repel moisture, which makes it useless for drying dishes and only marginally acceptable as a hand towel. Still, as a decorative item, the quality is superb.
Hi Caroline, I'm happy that you like our tea towel designs! I'm sorry for any confusion. They aren't super absorbent like a terrycloth towel or the small dish towels that are often referred to as "bar mops". They're a thin cotton, but still thick enough to absorb some liquid. I consider them somewhat standard. I regularly see plain cotton dish towels at stores that are of a similar constancy. Also, they're starched during the final part of the manufacturing process, so until they've been washed they won't absorb as well. After one or two washes you should see an improvement in their absorbency. All the best, Karl Cognitive Surplus