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  • Sustainable Threads Striped Blue Cheese Kitchen Towel
  • Sustainable Threads Striped Blue Cheese Kitchen Towel

Striped Blue Cheese Kitchen Towel

Article number: 52049
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This sturdy, durable, and absorbent kitchen towel is woven in India on a hand-operated loom using cotton fibers and low-impact dyes. This eco-friendly and stylish kitchen staple features a gray and white stripe pattern with a blue section on the end.

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  • Made in India
  • Crafted by physically challenged artisans from Northern India
  • Handwoven on manual looms
  • 100% cotton, low-impact dyes
  • Size 27"x19"
  • Features a loop for hanging
  • Strong, durable construction
  • Care: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low.
  • Due to the handmade nature of this product, slight variation in color and craftsmanship can be expected  


This item is from Sustainable Threads, a fair trade, eco-conscious company dedicated to promoting handmade lifestyle products made through close collaboration with artisan partners in India. By blending traditional art techniques with modern design, they create stunning collections crafted exclusively from natural fibers. Each product is meticulously handmade by an artisan group, often in home settings or small workshops, using tools and methods that require minimal or no electricity. 

Sustainable Threads partners with the Physically Disabled Weavers Initiative to craft beautifully woven dish towels. In India, employment opportunities and social services for physically disabled individuals are minimal, and many face significant challenges due to persistent stigma and misconceptions about their abilities. To address these issues, a small weaving group was established, providing artisans with valuable skills to improve their social standing and support their families. Artisans have access to scholarships to pursue higher education and also for their children’s education. Profits are shared with the community, benefiting those unable to work due to age or disability.


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