This fine tea towel features Melbourne's iconic green and gold w-class tram, first introduced to the city in the 1920s. You can use your tea towel to do the dishes, or if you want to fancy it up you could frame it, or stretch it.
You’ll find your linen tea towel quite stiff at first. This is what makes it great for printing. It will soften after a few washes, and it may shrink a little. Linen’s absorbency improves over time. Best of all, it doesn’t leave pills on your glassware or cutlery.
For best results, wash your tea towel in a cold cycle on your machine with other similar coloured items. It’ll wrinkle in the wash, so gently pull it back in to shape before hanging it to dry on the clothesline. Iron on the reverse side of the print with a warm iron. Don’t tumble dry or dry clean.
Designed by Helena Harry printed in Melbourne for Melbournalia.
100% European Linen
Dimensions (mm): 700 x 500
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