Tea Towels

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a tea towel as "a cloth for drying dishes." Often made of linen, cloth, or a combination of the two, tea towels date back to England in the 18th century, when they were used to insulate tea pots at tea ceremonies (hence the name), dry fine china, and cover baked goods…

Mine is to look at, decorate a table setting or a basket of muffins.

Available in three ranges: Flower, Craving AND Grocery