Papaya Tea Towel

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One of the brightest, juiciest and beautiful summer fruits out there! Our Papaya tea towels add a vibrant pop of orange to your home. This kitchen towel is screen printed on a 100% cotton flour sack towel using a bold combination of orange and black.

Tea towels make a great zero-waste gift! They can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, or in the dining room as resuable napkin set. All of our tea towels ship plastic-free, in a kraft mailer.

Our designs are created from our own hand block printed patterns, and screen printed with water-based inks at a local shop in Portland, Maine.

Care Instructions:
- Machine wash in cold water
- Tumble dry, or line dry
- Iron on reverse side

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4.3 Based on 3 Reviews
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Stacy C.
United States United States
Orange more fluorescent than expected

This is only one of three that I purchased. I love them all as they are such beautiful designs but I’m rating this one lower because the orange is actually a bit fluorescent which is disappointing. As the image makes it look more like the yellow/orange flesh of winter squash. Which I would have much preferred. So I don’t love this one quite as much.

Freckled Fuchsia

Hi Stacy, I'm sorry to hear you were disappointed with the color on this tea towel. Sometimes color varies a bit with the screen printing process, and isn't exactly as pictured. However, I'm taking note of your feedback, and will be taking updated photos to more accurately portray the color. Please feel free to reach out via email if you'd like to exchange it for a different towel. Thank you!

Caylynn F.
United States United States
One gorgeous papaya print

My kitchen is next level beautiful now. Functional, sustainable, made by a woman, beautiful design and colors. What more could you want?

United States United States
Filling That Hole in My Heart.

There was a papaya-tea-towel-shaped hole in my heart... it has now been filled :)