Rated 5 out of 5
┬áby iSpoon Love these dish towels from India!
I read reviews about similar dishtowlolics looking for this style. I know!
The only thing the tag says is 21" X 28" 100% Cotton Made in India
My years' old one & these new ones, same exact tag.
You don't understand it until you have them in your hands.
The cotton is soft, the patterns look like expensive French Jacquard tea towels, yes Jacquard towels have higher thread count, like linen, but they don't dry well. I like these more, they are soft and dreamy, get only better after wash. This applies to both the Tapestry Dishtowels & Afterglow Dishtowels, both 21" x 28" India. Also, the Nifty Napkins STYLE #083131 are the same mfgr.
You can't even find these if you searched on-line here for dish towel; it has to be a search for dishtowels because they come in 3's; crazy hunh? :)
Makes drying those dishes so much fun!
I know $8 is a lot for a dish towel, there are sales of other 100% cotton for less but you will never ever love them the same. I have plain from Costco & Smart & Final, I use those for my hands now and these just for drying.
June 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby AllieDownUnder Beautiful colours, great quality
These generously sized, high-quality dishtowels are a standout addition to my kitchen. Even though each towel is a different colour combination, they all magically fit in well with my colour scheme. I bought these in store and liked them so much I picked up two sets. Each towel has a little band of burlap-type fabric on the back of one corner, so you can hang it up on a hook if you so desire. The corners of each towel are mitered, a lovely finishing touch not often seen on a dishtowel. For online shoppers, please note that the colours are even more vibrant in real life than they are on the screen.
January 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby happyhibiscus Utilitarian
From a cook's POV (point of view) this is a good purchase. Because you receive not one, but three dishtowels, made of good fabric that actually soaks up water/spills in the kitchen. Now is the time to rid yourself of less than pretty dishtowels and invest in some that you wouldn't mind displaying when company is over.
January 23, 2010