They're versatile. They're inexpensive. And theyâ™re often handmade, by local artisans to boot. The tea towel is more than a dish rag or an eco-friendly substitute for disposable Bounty or Viva these days. This design is from Pine Street Makery. (Bob Chamberlin/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
They're versatile. They're inexpensive. And theyâ™re often handmade, by local artisans to boot. The tea towel is more than a dish rag or an eco-friendly substitute for disposable Bounty or Viva these days. This design is from Pine Street Makery. (Bob Chamberlin/Los Angeles Times/MCT) MCT
They're versatile. They're inexpensive. And theyâ™re often handmade, by local artisans to boot. The tea towel is more than a dish rag or an eco-friendly substitute for disposable Bounty or Viva these days. This design is from Pine Street Makery. (Bob Chamberlin/Los Angeles Times/MCT) MCT

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