So, here are some of my tea towels in all their natural splendour (which means they haven't been ironed!).
What's a retro tea towel parade without a little brown?
|Yes - I have tried the recipe and it's not bad!|
This Women's Weekly tea towel is non standard size, but I love it!
A bit of nature (not that I have been to Hervey Bay in Queensland).
Some Australiana (I haven't been to the Desert Oaks Resort in Erdunda, Northern Territory either, but I thank them for their tea towel!).
Now, just a reminder that these are not ironed (I don't want you fainting with shock!).
Sticking with the Australiana theme with some native animals.
A bit of Christmas linen. Very scrunched - just keeping it real!
And then there's this guy. Organised, neat, clean, composed and it looks like he's just had another inspirational food idea. This is the only chef that lives at our house by the way!
One of my favourites - simply butterflies.
Something slightly Western Australian - the Sturt Pea is actually South Australia's state floral emblem (ours is the Kangaroo Paw). However, as South Australia shares a border with Western Australia and the printing says Greetings from Balladonia, Western Australia (another place I haven't been to and it's unlikely I ever will), it's Western Australian enough from me. Because I need to be a bit more laid back about some things!Jersey.com. I'm sure that Jersey is far more attractive than the photos on my tea towel!
Most of my tea towels have been found in op shops over the years, though a few of them also came from my mum's linen cupboard (she'll probably recognise them if she sees this post and will probably say something like "I wondered where those went!").
So, do you have any unusual, interesting or favourite tea towels?