Aboriginal "Family" Tea Towel 69cm x 45cm
Aboriginal "Family" Tea Towel 69cm x 45cm
Aboriginal "Family" Tea Towel 69cm x 45cm
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Aboriginal "Family" Tea Towel 69cm x 45cm

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Generously sized and ultra absorbent, the "Family" Tea Towel is a must-have for every kitchen and is sure to inject a burst of vibrancy to your everyday culinary experiences!
  • Generously sized lightweight tea towel designed to dry quickly for reusability
  • Naturally absorbent, ideal for drying dishes or soaking up spills
  • Designed by Sam Stone, owner of Walumarra and a Wongaibon/Wiradjuri woman
  • Made from flexible material that's easy to fold or roll up for compact storage
  • Machine washable for easy cleaning and your convenience

Please allow 1-2 weeks for postage as these are printed to order.

Ingredients

100% Premium Cotton 695mm x 455mm.

Digitally printed directly onto the surface of the tea towel using high quality water based inks. It is not a heat transfer or appliqué. The ink is also colourfast, water based, fade resistant and will maintain longevity (following our recommended care instructions).

Care 

To ensure colour fastness, it is recommended:

  • Initial hand wash in cold water
  • Warm machine wash
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Warm iron on reverse 

The Design

This piece is called Family and represents the coming together of family and the many layers of the family unit.

Aboriginal families are pivotal to the wellbeing of Indigenous communities and their culture and survival. Families are also important in defining identity and a sense of connectedness to kinship and culture. In turn, a feeling of spiritual and cultural belonging will strengthen the family. 

Those involved in children's lives, and helping to raise them, commonly include grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, and members of the community who are considered to be family.

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