A Swedish traditional tea towel, featuring busy little vintage elves preparing the Christmas table. This quality cotton/linen drying-up cloth is designed by Aune Laukkanen and comes in blue and green colours.
Charlotte Farmer is a bit of a snow globe collector and has created her own snow globe tea towel, featuring shakers of the world ...and Elvis. Printed on cotton/linen, this kitchen dishcloth will give years of good service!
Picknick is an authentic Swedish tea towel design by Marianne Westman in the 1950's. Her Scandinavian homeware designs were the most popular of their day, and this kitchen dish cloth still looks great today.
Shoal (Stim) is an authentic stylish 1950's Swedish tea towel designed by Almedahls Design Studio. It has a colourful depiction of the various types of Swedish fish available, and is a kitchen drying-up cloth that will cheer up any kitchen!
A super-stylish all-purpose kitchen sponge cloth featuring a red geranium (or Pelargonia in Swedish) design from the 1950's. The dry sponge cloth was invented in 1949 by Swedish engineer Curt Lindqvist, and can absorb an amazing 15 times its own weight of water. Makes washing up that little bit easier.
These stylish Asha tea towels were created by Melanie Darwin who created the original design by punching card with a pin to create her tree patterns. This kitchen drying-up cloth comes in fashionable gooseberry green colour and is printed on an absorbent cotton & linen mix in England.
After lots of research in cake shops, tea rooms and baking, Charlotte Farmer has designed her 'naughty but nice' cake tea towel featuring an assortment of many many cakes!Printed on cotton/linen this washing-up cloth is perfect addition in any kitchen.
This lovely linen/cotton vintage tea towel featuring Marianne Nilssons blue herring (or 'Sill' in Swedish) is from the 1950's. It was one of the most popular Swedish designs of it's day and is still a best seller today. Printed in a strong blue on a white base, this tea or dish cloth is perfect for any kitchen.
Jul tea towel comes in simple red and white colour and is an authentic retro Scandinavian Christmas design from 1952. Designed by Marianne Westman, this cheerful drying-up cloth will brighten up your kitchen this winter or Xmas!
These stylish elephant grey coloured Asha designer tea towels were created by Melanie Darwin who originated the design by punching paper card with a pin to create her tree pattern. This kitchen dish towel comes in fashionable elephant grey and is made in England.