Our large linen towel is made with 100% organic linen with a hand stamped tag of reclaimed shirting. Dampen this towel and wrap your greens when harvesting and when storing in the refrigerator, or put it under your mixing bowls to keep them from sliding around on the countertop. These large linen towels will quickly become the workhorses in your kitchen, drying pots and pans, cleaning up spills and helping to keep tender greens fresh from harvest to table. You’ll use and love it everyday.
Measuring 25″ x 23″
Easy to care for, simply wash cold, dry on low heat or on the line.
Ethically made in Pennsylvania of 100% organic linen
We’ll get your order to the mail carrier in 3-5 days
beautiful • sustainable • practical
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These are useful for everything in the kitchen. In addition to using them as tea towels, I use them instead of plastic wrap to cover a salad or other food that I am taking to a party and for storing large produce that doesn't fit in the linen produce bags. I also like supporting this company, which makes beautiful, useful items locally and is working on bringing plant to product fabrics to PA!
I love these towels. I use them mostly for my sourdough bread to keep It fresh. I have the linen bread bags too but sometimes they are too small
These towels feel great in your hand, look beautiful hanging in your kitchen, are super absorbent and dry quickly. They come out of the dryer with edges flat. My husband never comments on things like towels, but he loves these. I just ordered 3 more!
Our story is told through all of our textiles and our produce bags tell it best.
Like all of our textiles, they began as crops, just like the food they keep fresh. They replace single use and plastic disposables and build on the ancient tradition of letting linen’s antibacterial qualities work for you in the kitchen. Flax grown for linen can be an integral part of regenerative farming systems, helping to build carbon stocks on working landscapes. When your linen products are spent, they are compostable.
We give $4.50 from each produce bag you purchase to regenerative farms.