Cotton Unpaper Towels - Pack of 5 - White

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This pack of five super absorbent, eco friendly and reusable cotton cloths has been designed to replace single use paper kitchen roll. Each towel is produced 100% single ply ethically sourced Bird's eye cotton. Bird's eye is a type of weave made on a dobby loom, which results in a small, repetitive woven pattern that resembles diamonds, or more commonly thought, the eye of a bird. This weave helps make these towels super absorbent and excellent for wiping down surfaces.

Hand made in South Wales from ethically sourced cotton. Presented in recyclable card belly band. Environmentally friendly, plastic free and biodegradable.

Machine wash cool, dry flat. Avoid fabric conditioner to maintain absorbency. It is normal for this fabric to shrink up to 15% upon first wash.

To compost just cut up into strips and add to the compost heap.

Each cloth measures approximately 23cm x 23cm. Comes supplied as a pack of five.

BRITISH

Handmade in a small studio in South Wales by super talented sewing machinists!


SUSTAINABLE

These biodegradable cotton towels are designed to promote the adoption of more sustainable habits, and inherently strive to reduce the millions of tons of waste associated with single use disposable items going to landfill every day.

Founder Debbie, started her own personal war against waste and plastic pollution when travelling and diving the seas of Borneo. Confronted by a plastic island that was home to the precious sea life she had travelled so far to seek out, she vowed to try and do her bit.

Debbie started off by creating products to replace her disposable paper kitchen towels and plastic scouring sponges, and soon family and friends were asking for some in order to help them do their bit too... and so Tabitha Eve was born, creating plastic free alternative products, from ethically sourced fabrics. From there the business grew quickly and Debbie opened the Tabitha Eve studio in March 2018, where she works with super talented sewing machinists to ensure products are sewn up and beautifully finished as quickly as possible!