Thick Linen Cloth Navy Border
One of the most visible and versatile essentials, in a slightly thicker linen with a bit more heft. These cloths are a workhorse for all kitchen tasks—drying dishes, lining a basket, keeping kettles warm, covering dough to rise, and cleaning up spills. They’re with us start-to-finish whenever we cook. Durable, long-lasting, and complete with a nifty cotton loop for an easy hang-dry. Designed in Japan. Hand-woven in Lithuania from 100% linen from natural flax. To clean, machine wash on gentle. Dry cool or line dry vs. machine-dry. Linen tea towels are practical yet beautiful. As they are made of 100% linen, they are particularly long-lasting and get softer and more absorbent with each wash. Linen is also antibacterial, a very good attribute for a kitchen cloth!
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About the Merchant
Fog Linen Work | Tokyo, Japan | Est. 1993
Fog Linen Work combines pure, natural linen with the ease & elegance of Japanese design. The Tokyo-based firm was born of founder Yumiko Sekine’s search for the linen goods of her childhood — a quest ultimately leading to Lithuania, which has been growing flax and producing linen since the Middle Ages. Fog is well known for its range of linen housewares + clothing, i.e. napkins, aprons, and tablecloths, as well as its developing collection of wood, brass, and metalwares. Fog’s beautiful, unfussy products are designed for everyday use. On a self-proclaimed quest to revive the art of simplicity and crafting, Sekine’s straightforward designs make for objects as beautiful as they are practical.