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Kitchen Tea Towels


These kitchen tea towels only get better as you wash them - perfect for drying dishes or just making your kitchen look awesome. They make a really great gift! Each 100% cotton towel measures approximately 26 " x 26". Milled + printed in the US (right in Philadelphia). Drawn, labeled + screenprinted onto washable lint-free floursack cotton kitchen towels. Click on this item to see the full description. Select your print from the dropdown menu!

Description: Each 100% cotton towel measures approximately 26 " x 26". Milled + printed in the US (right in Philadelphia). Machine washable, tumble dry, iron as needed, but we don't recommend using bleach. (Choose your design from the drop down menu)

Green Herbs - Fresh green herbs, pairs well with the other herbs towel, which is very practically called the not green herbs towel.

Not Green Herbs - All the herbs and spices that make things delicious that aren't green.

Mushrooms - All the favorite types of mushrooms, perfectly at home in every kitchen, a delightful gift for vegans or carnivores with its delicate line work of these incredible plants.

Philadelphia Landmarks - All of Philadelphia's most loved landmarks, from the Ben Franklin Bridge and Elferth's Alley to the Museum of Art and Liberty Place, hand drawn and printed onto durable, absorbent tea towels.

Philadelphia Skyline - The most prominent buildings of the Philadelphia skyline. In their illustration the Philadelphia skyline is drawn from the East (looking West toward the Schuykill) and was drawn just before the new Comcast tower began to make its debut. 

Kitchen Measurements - All of the essential kitchen measurement conversions you'll ever need, printed onto a handy tea towel - perfect for quickly checking tablespoons to teaspoons at a glance as it hangs from your stove.

Butcher Cow - All the tastiest parts of a cow. Pairs well with their butcher pig towel!

Butcher Pig - All the tastiest parts of a pig. Pairs well with their butcher cow towel!

Cheese - Everything you need to know about all the different styles of cheese, drawn. It's basically a cheat sheet for making the world's best cheese plate (though, let's face it, any cheese plate is a pretty great cheese plate).

Coffee - Four classic coffee makers - pour over, moka, French press and a chemex.

Garden Tools - All the essential tools to make your garden bloom.

Pride Landmarks - Iconic images from the struggle for LGBTQIA+ rights.

Boathouse Row - Philadelphia's Boathouse Row on the Schuykill River, all lit up it's one of the most beautiful and most photographed places in the city. 

(Seasonal) Hanukkah - Some of the beloved traditions of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights.

(Seasonal) Conifers - Four varieties of the mighty conifer.

(Seasonal) Snowman - A roly-poly snowman.

Girls Can Tell

In Summer of 2018, Girls Can Tell gift co founder and illustrator Sara Villari passed on the tea towel torch on to business partner, Adam Woods, so that she could focus solely on Occasionette, her brick and mortar retail shops. Since 2006, Sara worked on growing this business from printing one-off kitchen towels in the basement of her tiny South Philly rowhome to a producing dozens of new illustrations annually, collaborating with national retailers, printing and shipping thousands of tea towels each month, and working with hundreds of independent shops around the country. Adam has been the guy behind the scenes for quite some time now. His team has been responsible for printing every Girls Can Tell tea towel sold in the past six years, overseeing each order that has shipped since 2015, and making even the most hairbrained of Sara’s ideas come to life on a moment’s notice.

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