Tea Towel, Cotton "Kalo" (Cultivate Hawaii)
These all-natural flour-sack cotton towels are soft, absorbent, and infuse tropical flair to any kitchen or house.
All of our tea towels are made with high-quality flour sack cotton and printed with water-based inks.
Additionally, these towels are washed and pre-shrunk prior to shipping, allowing the size and shade of each tea towel to vary slightly, and making each towel unique.
Each towel comes folded and banded, including a story relating to the art, per below:
"Kahawi "the place of the fresh water" refers to the lush river valleys of the islands, such as Hanalei on Kauai, used by Hawaiians to grow Kalo or Taro.
Cultivated in constant flowing water, Kalo was the staff of life for ancient peoples which explains why the Hawaiian word for wealth and prosperity is wai wai, or water water. Indeed one does not exist without the other.”
Full size: (w) 18” x (h) 31”
Folded size: (w) 4.5” x (h) 9”
Printed on natural flour sack cotton towels.
Designed and made in Hawaii.
Each towel comes individually folded and banded.