This simple, graphic and modern pattern of hand drawn dots was inspired by a visit to the deYoung Museum in San Francisco. From an architectural facade to handprinted linen – it will enliven your kitchen just as it enlivens our city.
This printing on Oatmeal linen in Blanc ink (almost white) pairs well with the Ponti stripe in Blanc.
Linen is durable, ultra-absorbent, naturally resists dirt and stains, and is a stronger, more long-lasting fabric than cotton... making for the best kitchen towel. It will stand the test of time through years of everyday use. Easy to care for, just machine wash in cool to warm water. Air dry quickly or tumble dry on low and remove while damp. Ready to use again and again.
We handprint each towel one-by-one using water-based inks that will integrate into the texture of the linen when washed. We pay attention to the details, and each piece includes a twill corner ribbon on back for hanging.
- 100% Oatmeal linen, printed with Blanc (almost white) ink, 18" x 26".
- Launders easily, dries quickly, ironing is optional. Softens with washing.
- Absorbent, stain resistant and long-lasting.
- Designed, cut, screen-printed and sewn with care in San Francisco.