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Here’s the thing about tea towels: Kitchens are messy, stain-y places.
That personal touch on tea towels, cocktail napkins, and linen things in general is one of the most charming things about the South.
In addition to gift baskets, Especially Eden also sells tea towels and wooden bead bracelets handmade by residents.
Heath has partnered with House Industries to create a ceramic clock motif that is screen printed on 100% cotton flour sack tea towels.
No memorial to the victims of Fascism can finish with an attempt to sell visitors a Heinrich Himmler tea towel.
On Wednesday, the Brooklyn housewares destination the Primary Essentials will open a NoLIta outpost stocked with chic artisanal finds including shaggy Moroccan rugs (starting at $720) and hand-loomed tea towels ($22) from Oaxaca.
Matching tea towels and clothing patches are also available, and 20 percent of every purchase from the line is donated to the National Parks Service.
More camp silliness is available at Fancy That of London, where a Will and Kate tea towel is 2.99 (buy a whole set!).
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