Tea Towels

Discover unique and practical ways to use tea towels in your kitchen. Explore top ideas to add style and functionality to your cooking space.

I love crafting with tea towels because these blank canvases are a perfect jumping-off point for all kinds of creativity. I have rounded up 15 ways to decorate tea towels so you can unleash your creativity today!

Lisa Robason
19 Colorful Handmade Gift Ideas | Aprons, Quilts, Patchwork, Towel Pattern, Dish Towel Crafts, Quilt Sewing, Quilt, Tea Towels Diy, Sewing Projects Free

Are you starting your gift making? Now that we’re past Halloween I’m ready to dive in! I really want to be better about making more of my gifts – so I’ve been working on my lists and putting together ideas! I wanted to share a few of them here – so if you’re on my ... Read More about 19 Colorful Handmade Gift Ideas

Jane Rees
A flat lay of various Woodnote tea towels with nature inspired designs on a white background. The designs include a gold bee, blue flowers, oak leaves, maple leaves, and ginkgo leaves in various muted colors. The tea towels are folded and packaged with bands that have Woodnote's logo on them.

Simply put, a tea towel is a versatile cloth typically made of natural fibers like cotton or linen. This type of cloth dates back to Victorian era tea parties where their name originated. In the 1800s tea towels were used for a variety of purposes during tea time, from keeping the pot of tea warm, to drying the fine china, and serving baked goods. The modern tea towel is also used for a variety of household tasks, like wiping your hands or drying glassware, as well as more creative uses like…


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