Pears Tea Towels, Set of 2

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The set includes printed fabric for 2 Kitchen Tea Towels divided by lines for cutting.

The size of the unwashed, printed panel (includes 2 towels) is 44 x 32".
The size of one finished ( hemmed) and washed towel is 20 x 30" ( includes 4% shrinkage width and length based on a warm prewash and drying on low heat.

It requires cutting off the extra fabric for each towel by dividing lines, pressing cloth, and sewing straight lines around the edges of each towel from the set.

This project does not require high professional skills but requires passion and curiosity for sewing.

This can be a good project for beginners who want to create their own collection of Kitchen Tea Towels. All designs are created exclusively for F|S.

These Kitchen Tea Towels might work on drying the dishes or can be beautiful decorative objects in your kitchen or a gift for your friend...


Fabric Article: IC025 Textured
Content 100% Cotton
Thread size warp 20
Thread size weft 14
Thread count warp 66.0
Thread count weft 33.0
Weight 6.8 oz/yd2
Width 44 inch

Customer Questions and Answers


Do these have a finish on the fAbric? I know that many cotton towels are not very absorbent and I'm guessing it's because they have a finish.

Denise • September 12, 2023
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No, these do not have a finish on the fabric so they are lovely and absorbent.

Lauren • September 12, 2023

What is the fabric in the tea towels?

Phyllis • June 27, 2023
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100% cotton as listed above in the fabric specifications

Lauren • June 27, 2023
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Beautiful, but not printed square to fabric grain

If I were making these just for myself, I would be pleased with them, because the designs are beautiful. However, not one of them is printed exactly in line with the grain of the fabric. I don't mind a crooked towel for my own use, but I bought twenty pairs of towels, in ten different patterns, to give away as gifts and to sell at a craft fair. The short edges are indeed aligned to the weave of the fabric, top and bottom both. However, the two sides are not. The resulting towel may not be folded squarely because it is a parallelogram instead of a rectangle. I have a couple of photos to show what I mean, but I do not see a place to upload them. I wish I had bought just one set of towels to start with, but my previous experience with the fine quality of the linen sold here had led me to believe that the cotton prints would be of the same high standard.

Donna • September 25, 2023
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When we run production there can be times when the fabric can move a bit and this is may cause the print to be slightly off grain. In this case we are within the acceptable % of industry standards where this would not be considered a defect. We have included a helpful step in our sewing instructions for the tea towels located in our help center, posted as step 8 or on the sewing card inserts that will accompany any new orders it is step 6: To square up your fabric, gently tug the towels in each direction on the diagonal. Give your hems a final press on the wrong side to set your stitches. Your towels are ready for washing and use.

The top and bottom of each unhemmed towel is beautifully aligned with the weave of the cotton.

Donna • September 25, 2023

The sides of the same towel are not, though. This results in towels that are perfectly functional to dry dishes and wipe one's hands on, but they will not fold squarely. If I trim the sides to align with the grain, I'll have rectangular towels with skewed frames on them.

Donna • September 25, 2023

Work in progress 2 of the 100 Janelle is making. Pears on the left and Acorns on the right.

Janelle • July 17, 2023
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