Welcome! This is Rosie, designer and sole maker for Dear Lil' Devas learn more.
For almost 20 years, the made-from-scratch/good-vibes construction process for DLD garments and accessories has been by design the antithesis of "fast fashion". Presently up to 9 business days are needed to safely procure materials, and make and send your lovely orders, which are received with immense gratitude!

Light Weight Cotton Linen Damask Large Hand or Tea Towels (Set of 2)

$60.00

Description

 Rosie here, introducing Dear Lil' Devas latest Tea-Towels/Large Hand Towels!

60% Cotton | 40% Linen
An optimal blend of these beautiful fibres. 

  • Light Weight: a lot lighter than conventional cotton terry-cloth towels. I love to use my Antique Damask Hand Towel as an after-shower turban, it is light weight and stays done up so well that I sometimes forget to take it off!
  • High Efficiency: these towels dry crazy-fast, you'll never need to put in the dryer (although you can).
  • Absorbency: what I call "magnetic" water pickup.
  • Water Retention: the cotton component enables these towels to retain a lot of liquid and still be light in weight.
  • Hanging Loop: for the kitchen, the loop is big enough so that you can hang it on the knob of a cupboard.
  • Large Hand Towel/Tea Towel Size: measure 22" by 34" or 56cm by 86cm
For traveling because rolls or folds up to be tiny and is very light; goes easily into a suitcase - well worth taking along with you! 
We also recommend a Damask Bath Sheet for traveling!

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