Vintage Embroidered Tea Towel - Pink Flowers Green Leaves - Linen Hemstitch
Good household linens may last up to a decade or more, so it is well to remember that simple things hold up best, fashionwise. Amy Vanderbilt, 1963
Amy Vanderbilt would have definitely approved of this vintage linen embroidered tea towel. Simplicity has worked in its favor for a long time, making it a wonderful piece of kitchen history that has traveled effortlessly and stylishly throughout the decades. Hand-embroidered on soft, bright white linen fabric, the talented sewer of this cloth stitched a green laurel wreath swag with pink flowers in two shades - pale pink and ballet pink. A delicate hemstitch added another layer of skill and just enough refined detail to make the whole cloth simply beautiful. With its ability to serve a variety of purposes, it is easy to see how this piece of needlework can fit into your own linen collection for use in a variety of ways. Whether you are lining your tea tray, decorating your bar cart, keeping rolls warm, drying dishes or pulling hot plates out of the oven, this towel is ready for a task.
- Hand-embroidered floral design
- Soft linen fabric
- Colors include pea green, pale pink and ballet pink
In beautiful vintage condition. No spots, stains, holes or pulled threads.
Measures 25" inches (length) x 15" inches width)
Pair this beauty with a bouquet of garden flowers and a mix of vintage dishes in pink, green, white and yellow for easy, breezy, light and bright table setting style.