Mount Adams Wildflowers Dish Towel
When I look out my north-facing windows, it's not Oregon I see, but Washington. Mt Adams lies just 60 miles away, and every day it looks different. Some days it's white with fresh fallen snow, but other days it glows purple because shadows cover it.
This design is a little unusual for me, because I didn't outline any part of it with black lines. This is a four-color towel: red, yellow, green, lavender. The wildflowers are: Penstemon, Gaillardia, Harebell, Columbine, Camus, and Delphinium. They grow wild along hiking trails.
Due to the nature of handmade items, there may be slight variation in the color or image. This is proof that your item is truly one of a kind. I promise that each towel I send out will be just as lovely as the one photographed.
These towels are paintings. I use professional quality dye so that they are soft and fully absorbent—the hallmark of all 100% cotton flour sack dishtowels. What you’re getting is use-able art.
It is important to use them, though. They can take it without fading. They can be the workhorse of your kitchen.
Each towel measures around 26 x 26 inches.
• Wash in warm or cold with like colors
• Dry any way you want
• Each towel is sent wrapped in cute twine with button and care tag.
This listing is for one towel. Each towel is individually unique and has been hand painted with Joy