Tea Towels - Choice Cuts of Pork

By Sunday Drive Designs

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These hard-working cotton dish towels bring vintage styling and lightheartedness to everyday kitchen cleanup.

  • Materials: 100% cotton towel, water-based ink
  • Care: Wash in cold water; dry on low heat; some shrinkage will occur
  • Printed with eco-friendly, water-based inks
  • Absorbent
  • Convenient hanger loop
  • Made in India; Printed in the USA: Seattle, WA
  • Dimensions: 18" x 28"
  • Weight: 0.16 lb.

5 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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12/28/2018 by Kathleen

This is a nice heavy towel. I bought it for my son-in-law to use for his next pig roast. Now he can't wait for summer to have another pig roast. He got a kick out of the diagram.More > < Less


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10/7/2018 by Fae

Love old fashioned tea towels and this no exception. I collect pigs so no only I get a tea towels I get a picture of a pig. Plus information on the different cuts from the pig. A great purchase.More > < Less


Good quality

8/12/2017 by Renata

Great quality fun to use. I ordered several and use them as gifts.


Nice towels

12/1/2015 by Robin

Great size and designs are cute & informative.


Wife loves them

10/9/2014 by Eric

These are very nice and my wife loved them. Hope to get more for the holidays for other family members.

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Sunday Drive Designs - Cotton Tea Towels

About Sunday Drive Designs

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Sunday Drive’s vintage-inspired tea towels feature witty graphics that just may make you smile. But unlike most decorative towels, these 100% cotton dish cloths are extra thirsty and absorbent, making them both functional to work with, and whimsical to look at, when they hang in your kitichen. Generously sized at 18”X28”, they are heavier than the flour sack variety and have a texture that grabs liquid and wipes efficiently. Printed with water based inks, they wash easily and hold their shape.

Sunday Drive Designs is the creative vision of graphic artist, Becky Morette. A lover of all things antique and home spun, she has been making throwback home goods since 2010 in Seattle, Washington. The company’s name is an homage to the drives she took with her parents hunting for treasures at second hand stores.

With six different multi-colored, striped designs to choose from, you can enjoy (and use) more than one of these unique, workhorse towels.