Customers often ask us, "what is a tea towel anyway?"
as history has is it the word "Tea Towel" originates from early the 19th
century Victorian England. Tea Towels were the linen of choice for Victorian ladies
who liked its absorbent, fine weave soft linen fibers. They deemed it
ideal to dry their expensive and delicate china, glassware, and serving
pieces without scratching or leaving surface lint. A popular Victorian
pastime was to embroider personalized tea towels which were used at tea
time to cover food, to wrap around the outside of the teapots, and to
take care of any spills.
Present day, a tea towel, is basically a kitchen towel. Above are just a few ways the noon gals use them on a daily basis!
This earth day resolve to using Tea Towels in you home rather then paper towels, it reduces waste, saves trees and money!
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