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Red Flowers Tea Towel + Poinsettia Swedish Dishcloth Bundle

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Red Flowers Tea Towel + Poinsettia Swedish Dishcloth Bundle

Packaged in a clear bag and ready for gifting.  This tea towel + Swedish dishcloth set is the perfect gift for the host or hostess this holiday season.  And because we know there are a few of you who start planning your gits early, we'll keep this set in stock almost year round!

Red Flowers Kitchen Tea Towel:

  • Hand Screen printed in Finland
  • Size : 18" x 27"   Hanging loop in top corner.
  • 50% Linen/ 50% Cotton fabric from Latvia
  • Hand Screen printed with water based inks. 
  • Care: Machine wash cold and dry low heat.  Iron if desired.

This red flowers tea towel is also sold separately, and adds instant happy to your kitchen at any time of year!

1 Swedish Dishcloth: Christmas Flowers (Poinsettia design)

You can't help but feel the Christmas spirit when you see this bouquet of red and green flowers in your kitchen!  This Christmas Flowers design makes a great addition to your holiday home as well as a wonderful gift for family, friends, neighbors the book club and more! 

The magnificent blooms in this dishcloth make it a perfect transition design - it can work with your fall and holiday decor, and then then will keep your kitchen merry & bright without looking too "Christmas-y" all the way until spring.  Compost in ~March or April and then swap out with pastels!  

About Sweetgum Home's sustainable, stylish, "Swedish" dishcloths:

  • 100% Natural fibers: 70% Cellulose (wood pulp) & 30% Cotton
  • Size: 8" x 6.75" (size of a washcloth)
  • Incredibly absorbent & fast drying
  • Machine washable (up to 50 times) and bleach safe
  • Use in place of paper towels - one Swedish dishcloth can replace 15 rolls  
  • Use for ~6 months, then compost!

Each dishcloth has a removable sticker on the back explaining what this fabulous sponge cloth is all about.  

Have you ever wondered how the Poinsettia became so popular as a Christmas flower?  This is a great, 3 min read if so!